#1
Me and my friends recently started a band, but we all have been playing for 6 months or less. Does anyone know any easy songs we could cover? We'll pretty much take any style. We can already play The Faders- No sleep tonight and The fray-How to save a life, so any songs like them would be a huge help. Thank you!
#2
bob dylan - knocking on heavens doors lol 3 chords G, D, C for the whole song lol but its a classic
#3
any Blink 182
✠I use emotion for the many and reserve reason for the few
✠Adolf Hitler✠
#7
A hole lot of Bob Dylan songs, most Nirvana songs, and chordy versions of tons of other tunes. Look on UG for chord versions of songs you like...and have a bash,

Its all good for practicing timing and tightness. And on-stage rock n roll, chick attracting, sexy poses.
This is a lie...no reason why...right from the outset
#11
any blink 182, most punk songs. misfits, seven nation army by white stripes.
Quote by boreamor
Ah very good point. Charlie__flynn, you've out smarted me


People
should
smile
more



crit4crit on 'acoustic 1 (with piano)' here



Rate my playing skills please.
#12
i cum blood


it had to be done but really, my band learned Hand of Doom-black sabbath Electric funeral-Black sabbath and Paranoid is a good one
It's all just a joke


#13
Quote by postmortem2006
The One Note song by Tenacious D


only the guitarist would be able to play... unless the also re-inact the speech lol
Fender Jaguar 1994
Gibson Thunderbird

Fender Hot Rod Devile 4x12

Zvex Fuzz Factory
EHX Big Muff
Zvex Box of Rock
Joyo Tremolo
Digitech Whammy
EHX Cathedral
Boss DD3
Boss TU3
#14
Try Are You Gonna go my way-Lenny Kravitz, Tourretes - Nirvara, Guns Of Brixton - The Clash. Pretty heavy for the drummer (depends on how spot on he wants to play anyway ). The first 2 are great for rocking out.
My gear:
-Gibson Les Paul Studio
-Fender DG-11E Black (Acoustic)
-Marshall AVT50
-Cry Baby "Wylde Wah"
-Roland RE-20 Space Echo
#15
im broken - pantera [suggested because i am listening to it as we speak after like a year of not hearing it, my gaaad its amazing]
#17
Quote by Bigdave9576
A hole lot of Bob Dylan songs....


Yeah, Dylan's always a good place to start and Hendrix.....
#19
My Own Worst Enemy by Lit
Imagination is more important than knowledge...
It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.
- Albert Einstein -
#21
Quote by Big Dave 91
bob dylan - knocking on heavens doors lol 3 chords G, D, C for the whole song lol but its a classic



Actually it is G, D, Am, and in the next line it is G, D, C,

Some play it with Am7

Bob has been known to switch key's during the song however.