An error occurred while saving the commentMike commented
I had a similar issue with a pseudo-reggie tune on Level 7 lead. I disliked the tune and didn't find it fun to practice. I came up with a workable solution that doesn't require software change:
1. Find other songs in that level and play until I'm proficient. In my case - I decided to work on Level 7 lead of Finger Oil Blues which gave me everything but slides.
2. If I need (and I do not think I'll need) I can find another level 7 lead song, perhaps one that has slides in it. Work on that for awhile.
3. Begin the challenge process to unlock that level without playing the required song.
- Now I can practice a tune I actually enjoy and still get the skill development needed.
There: No software change needed - just moving along the progression. It's not really about the songs, it's about the techniques anyway.
There is, however, good reason to practice songs we don't like - knowing that you can force yourself to work through something uninspiring is good practice. Not every musician loves playing every song he is forced to play.
As Ian Anderson said on the 20th anniversary boxed set: "Here's a song we've been utterly loathe to play for 15 long years, presented to you in a slightly more tricky form to make it a little more fun to play!"
For the record: I loved Sitting on a Park Bench - but I'm a huge Tull fan.
Strong work Yousician!