If you're in a rut, fingers going to the same chords and licks they've been going to for decades, there's nothing like changing the tuning of your axe. Here are some alternate guitar tunings to try, as well as some examples from this site (many are bare improv tunes). Notation is low string to high string, ABCDEFG and 'b' and '#", e.g. Bb is "bee flat":

tuning examples
DADGAC catch (live, 2019), Catch (capo 4, 1991), talking to cacti (2007), talking to cacti (1990), will be (capo 2, 1998), ice (capo 4, improv, 1997)
DADGAD hot pursuit (improv, 2009)
DADFAD outta town blues (2009), wanda (1995), Zoe said to Wanda (1995), Zoe said to Wanda (1992), we feel the beat (improv, 1995)
CGCGCD  
CGCGBbD spider (1995), deep root vibration (1995), deep root vibration (1992), cars (improv, 1996), moon knight (1991), woods / junior (improv, 1994), saturday morning (improv, 1995)
CGCGBbEb the big dream (2008), the big dream (1996, 2 of the 4 gits), earth (improv, 1994)
CGCGBbE pen digital disc (acoustic gits, 1995), turkey sandwich (improv, 1994)
CGCGCEb originality (improv, 1994), the big dream (1996, 2 of the 4 gits), take off (improv, 1996)
DGDGBD what's that mountain doing? (2014) , sunsets (live, 2017), sunsets (2014), onward (mix 1 - base tracks, 2017), time after time jam (improv/cover, 2014), back to major noodling (improv, 2014), playroom rambler (improv, 2014), opener (improv, 2014)
DGDGBbD electric city (1992), electric city jam (improv, 2014), bramble (walking in the rain) (improv, 1994), lovin' life (improv, 1995), obtuse (improv, 2014), electric mountain (improv, 2014), late December stillness (improv, 2014)
FGDGBbD dumb & numb (capo 4, improv, 1994)
DADF#AD country rain (1991)
FADGAC ninenteenninetyfive (1995)
EADGBbD meaningless (1999)
CGCFAD wonderful (2013)
DADGBE drop-D --too many to list