#1
My friend and i want to do a 2 man song for the tallent show (two guitars) and were wondering what some good songs would be (no back track)

it can be either acoustic or electric and one of us can sing,

we'd prefer some softer rock/bluesy kinda stuff
#3
something people will recodnize... no singers?
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#4
three cheers for five years-mayday parade
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#7
if banjo is an option ,and hell even if it isn't dueling banjos!

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#10
Flight of the Conchords - Business Time
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#13
i heard some band called scary kids or something and the song i heard had a neat solo with two guitarists playing the same solo in unison but one was a few steps or an octave higher or something.

needless to say it was neat, and if you could both nail it perferctly it would sound ****ing epic. im looking for the song now..
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i heard some band called scary kids or something and the song i heard had a neat solo with two guitarists playing the same solo in unison but one was a few steps or an octave higher or something.

needless to say it was neat, and if you could both nail it perferctly it would sound ****ing epic. im looking for the song now..

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#16
If you can do freebird, im sure thatd be a hit. IF...

Look for some good harmonizing/duelling guitar songs. Alot of Iron Maiden could work, the Trooper for example. If you want classic rock, some Thin Lizzy wouldnt be a bad idea either.
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Island in the Sun- Weezer
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#18
well i've looked over the songs and talked to my friend and we have come up with a list of possible songs:

Jamie (acoustic) - weezer
to be with you - mr big
broken hearted - clapton and john mayer
a jack johnson song (not sure which one)

which sounds best?
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#19
weezer. no question.
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