#1
Me and a friend are both going to be taking our acoustic guitars out to play on the street corner downtown, and i was just wondering, what our some good tunes to play? We are just looking to make a few bucks so we can afford some lunch.
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#3
since there is two of you, anything off the Slightly Stoopid Unpugged CD.Collie Man and Fire Shot are good choices
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#4
Enter Sandman - Metalluca
Sweet Child O' Mine - Guns N' Roses
Stripped Raped And Strangled - Cannibal Corpse
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#6
Pretty much any Bob Dylan song ever.

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#10
Right Where It Belongs V2 - Nine Inch Nails
Across the Universe - The Beatles
High And Dry - Radiohead
The Man Who Couldn't Cry - Johnny Cash
The Becoming (Still version) - Nine Inch Nails
Is There Anybody Out There - Pink Floyd
A Day In The Life - The Beatles
The Great Destroyer (modwheelmood remix) - Nine Inch Nails
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Right Where It Belongs V2 - Nine Inch Nails
Across the Universe - The Beatles
High And Dry - Radiohead
The Man Who Couldn't Cry - Johnny Cash
The Becoming (Still version) - Nine Inch Nails
Is There Anybody Out There - Pink Floyd
A Day In The Life - The Beatles
The Great Destroyer (modwheelmood remix) - Nine Inch Nails

i may be wrong but isn't it Comfortably Numb?
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#12
Some Alice In Chains unplugged songs.

-No Excuses
-Rooster

And those are just a couple.

And how about some Dust in The Wind?
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#13
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i may be wrong but isn't it Comfortably Numb?


There is a song on the wall called is there anybody out there? It's a pretty cool fingerpicking song but other than that it's kind of not interesting to listen to.

Comfortably numb would be far less epic without playing an electric, the solo wouldn't sound the same.
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#17
Plush - Stone Temple Pilots
45 - Shinedown
I will follow you into the dark - Deathcab for cutie
Everlong - Foo Fighters
I Cum Blood - Cannibal Corpse
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#18
Dream Theater - The Silent Man

Any iteration of Knockin' On Heaven's Door

From my experience, people have loved Trains by Porcupine Tree and Lightbulb Sun as well...

Also there's Neil Young. Try Hangin On A Limb, Heart Of Gold, or Sugar Mountain.

Oh, and um... people LOVE Creedence Clearwater Revival/John Fogerty music everywhere I've played in the midwest.

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#19
also some Jack Johnson, Flake, Traffic in the sky ect.
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Sierra 28ce Acoustic Electric
Peavey Vypyr 212 (tube)
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Ibanez Toneblaster 30w
Custom Bass I built from spare parts
Fender Rumble 60 bass amp
#20
Oh, and play some R.E.M

*coughTheOneILove/SupernaturalSuperseriouscough*
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#21
Double post, sorry.
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#22
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There is a song on the wall called is there anybody out there? It's a pretty cool fingerpicking song but other than that it's kind of not interesting to listen to.

Comfortably numb would be far less epic without playing an electric, the solo wouldn't sound the same.

well now I know thanks...
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#24
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#26
opeth - porcelain heart

jeff buckley - hallelujah

radiohead - karma police
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#27
any number of blues songs done on aco guitar would be good CCR anything people would have heard really...
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#30
Anything off of GNR lies, Ill Remember You, just generally well known songs that people will know so they will give you moneys
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