Essential Songwriter’s Toolkit

Here are some item you need to include in your songwriter’s toolkit. These items are especially useful for the traveling songwriter. When you are on the road or on vacation you never know when inspiration will hit. Include all of these items and you will be ready to write your song.

Essential Songwriter's Rhyming Dictionary: Pocket Size Book

Essential Songwriter’s Rhyming Dictionary

by Kevin M. Mitchell
$6.04

Chord Progressions For Songwriters

Chord Progressions For Songwriters
by Richard Scott
$28.95


Sony ICD-UX533BLK Digital Voice Recorder – Black
$119.90


Songwriter’s Market 2017
$14.95


Blue Embossed Dragonfly Faux Leather Journal
$24.95


Music Journal (Diary, Notebook)

by Peter Pauper Press
$6.96

Dixon Ticonderoga Wood-Cased #2 Pencils,
$5.00

Martin Steel String Backpacker Travel Guitar
$199.00

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  • Songwriter Tip:

    Sometimes just getting out of the house and doing something you haven’t done in a long time (or never done) can open up the doors to musical inspiration. Open up a photo album, read old letters, visit family, friends, go do an activity, do anything but music. Read poetry, watch ballet, go to see a movie, walk around in a museum, look at oil paintings and sculptures as these are all different forms of art. Music is an art form too. Sometimes other forms of art can be inspiring to the musician. Come back, after your mind has been freed, and try to write a song about it.

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