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im a novice at guitar and i suk! been playn for a few months trying to teach myself but cant find many full songs i can play, any sugestions, im currently going through all greenday and blink 182 songs any other good bands and or songs? peferrably picking or power chords songs still working on my chords
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im a novice at guitar and i suk! been playn for a few months trying to teach myself but cant find many full songs i can play, any sugestions, im currently going through all greenday and blink 182 songs any good bands( bands which aren't pop punk ) and or songs? peferrably picking or power chords songs still working on my chords


Far beyond the Sun all beginners can play it
#4
Try some Nirvana as well. Powerchords in just about every song, and simple picking patterns in songs like Come As You Are.
#5
Hmmm...try enter sandman. First song I've ever learnt. Just skip the solo and wait till you're good enough for it.
#7
Do some three days grace songs.
The rhythm guitars to riot, never too late, animal i have become and home, are pretty simple to play, just they are in a different tuning.

When you first learning guitar, tuning isnt that important as you dont really know what your doing, so for now just learn the actual song
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america - horse with no name.

2 chords - each with only 2 fingers. good for getting rhythm patterns together and there is a good lesson on it over at guitar noise in the easy songs for beginners section... along with about 20 other songs to progress through.

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#10
nirvana as mentioned is really good beginner stuff and will teach you changes and timing. green day, alot of pantera rhyhtms are pretty easy, usually to notes like the song walk. acdc has some really beginer friendly stuff.
#11
Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
Static X - Destroyer (Super easy)
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Do some three days grace songs.
The rhythm guitars to riot, never too late, animal i have become and home, are pretty simple to play, just they are in a different tuning.

When you first learning guitar, tuning isnt that important as you dont really know what your doing, so for now just learn the actual song



just to clarify that.. if a song is in drop tuning u should at least learn to tune to drop d, cause it'll sound horrible trying to play barre power chords in standard tuning
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with that said, if you can tune to drop d.. i just posted this in another thread..

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Scars on Broadway - They Say

The whole song is 4 powerchords played over and over. (except for one part where it changes a little and there's one more powerchord) The "solo" (if you can even call it that) is only one note played a bunch of times. It took me a few minutes to learn.. it's really easy. (It's in drop c# but drop d is fine if u don't wanna do drop c#)
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#19
Van Halen's "Runnin' with the Devil" is pretty, easy and it's got an easy, yet great sounding solo.
Disturbed's "Haunted" is also another great sounding soung that is easy, as long as you can tune your guitar into Drop D and done half a step, which by the way is (C# G# C# F# A# D#)
C# being the lowest string and D# being highest string.
Good Luck dude!
#22
Steve Vai's, "Eugene's Trickbag" from the movie, "Crossroads" is a great instrumental song to learn. Don't worry about playing it up to speed, that will come much later, its just a great shred song that sounds good slow as well as fast.
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#24
Breaking the law by judas priest is very simple, its just power chords
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back in black- acdc is pretty easy
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#28
okey first, A Beautiful Lie by 30 seconds to mars, second is Polly by Nirvana then Anarchey in the uk by Sex pistols
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#31
overrated by less than jake. first song i ever learned haha. then i learned fat lip by sum 41 and some of system of a downs stuff is really simple. aerials (save for the clean parts) should be easy but fun for a beginner to play. also the rhythm part to free by powerman 5000 is really easy.