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alright so ive been playing electric for 6 years and i only today picked up my brothers acoustic and stole it

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its so purdy now =]
well ANYWAY, i wanna learn some acoustic songs to play and sing along with. i dont really know how to explain but i just get so fascinated when someone takes a metal rock or even hip hop song and makes an acoustic cover
i wanna learn some of those but i dont have a capo, and according to some youtube videos i cant find many good songs that i would wanna learn that are done without one

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If you're REALLY good, try Justin King. Something like Locomotives (no tab, but my brother learned all of these songs by ear without capo), Knock on Wood, Untitled Project, Phunkdified. Or Drifting, For my Father by Andy Mckee. They'll give you a good challenge, and if you know how, they don't require a capo.
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Acoustic songs, I could recommend a few. With vox, not so much. So I'll just list some instrumental ones: Anything from The Guitar Trio album, Winds with Hands by Pelican (It's detuned quite a bit, though)...OH! Coil by Opeth. It has vox.
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If you're REALLY good, try Justin King. Something like Locomotives (no tab, but my brother learned all of these songs by ear without capo), Knock on Wood, Untitled Project, Phunkdified. Or Drifting, For my Father by Andy Mckee. They'll give you a good challenge, and if you know how, they don't require a capo.


hmm,
that sounds good, i know like two of those songs, but yeah when i have time to sit down and learn a song correctly then i definitely will look into them.

my question is does anyone know any good songs that i could pick up and play in five minutes, and sing along too without using a capo
so far in the fifteen minutes ve learned
drive-incubus
umbrella(lol)-rihanna
everlong-FF
and i was pretty pumped to learn hey ya and whatever you like, which by the way are the only rap songs i can think of that i enjoy xD
oh, thanks for the pears
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Pardon Me - Incubus. It might take a while to get the insane chords, but after that you should be all good.
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Pardon Me - Incubus. It might take a while to get the insane chords, but after that you should be all good.

oh i remember that one, i learned the acoustic version on electric like two years ago
it gets really annoying at like" a decade ago"
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but seriously, learn acoustic versions of songs you like.
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