#1
I recently bought my first acoustic guitar (very cheap). I've played electric guitar for almost two years.

I'd like to learn some cool acoustic stuff, I can play More Than Words and something along that would be awesome!
GEAR

Dean V79
Randall RG50-TC
Roland MicroCube
#2
layla - eric clapton (acoustic version)
Crossroad - Robert Johnson
#4
tears in heaven-clapton
Gear

Gibson Les Paul Standard
Fender American Strat
Taylor 214ce
Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier (about to be Voodoo Modded)
Keeley TS-808
Boss GT-10 Processor
Boss RC-20xl
#6
My advice is to check out the "What Songs?!?" Thread. Loads of great ideas there. And my suggestions....

Unintended-Muse
Blackbird-the Beatles
Drifting-Andy Mckee (If you feel like challenging yourself)
Fire and Rain-James Taylor (Capo Song)
Good Riddance (time of your Life)-Green Day
Wonderwall-Oasis (Capo song)
Happiness is a Warm Gun-The Beatles
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#7
House of the rising sun-Animals
Circles-Slipknot
Treat yo mama with respect-John Butler Trio
Rusty Cage-Johnny Cash Cover (always fun)
Aum Mani Padme Hum-Avalokiteshvara
(Om jewel in the lotus Hum)
#8
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House of the rising sun-Animals

thats done on an electric
#9
Quote by mick13
thats done on an electric


But it sounds great on acoustic.
Aum Mani Padme Hum-Avalokiteshvara
(Om jewel in the lotus Hum)
#10
Quote by mick13
thats done on an electric


The Animals version is done on an electric, but there are heaps of versions that use an acoustic (eg, Woodie Guthrie ). Personally, I like Bob Dylan's version
#11
Crowded House are good for acoustic but personally I'm getting into Opeth's acoustic stuff at present.
#12
Who Me (Early Version) by Buckethead is incredible, if you can do it.
will someone carry me across ten thousand miles under the silence