#2
That one that goes doo doo doo doo doot doo doo dooooo.
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#3
If always thought Sorrow sounded pretty good on acoustic. Just slow it down a bit.
#4
let them eat war.....

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#6
What do you mean? How is learning it on an acoustic any different from learning it on an electric?
#8
just look at the acoustic tracks on new maps of hell
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#10
I'd say Sorrow. It's one of thier more "calmer" songs.
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#12
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#17
I do "Sorrow" and "1000 More Fools" acoustic. I've heard acoustic versions of "Suffer" and "Do What You Want" as well. Most Bad Religion songs work well on acoustic guitar, especially since they write a lot of them that way.
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I've heard acoustic versions of "Suffer" and "Do What You Want" as well. Most Bad Religion songs work well on acoustic guitar, especially since they write a lot of them that way.


I thought those songs didn't translate well acoustically. They need to have the fast paced music behind them, or they just sound silly. The guitar's nice, but there was something that seemed kind of off to me.

I'd say, "Los Angeles is Burning," "Dearly Beloved" or "Sorrow." For an older song, I'd pick either "Generator" or maybe "Skyscraper."