#1
What do you think are the best acoustic guitar songs of all time? I personally like "where did you sleep last nigth"- Nirvana, "Heart shaped box (acoustic)" - Evanescence, "I will follow you into the dark" - DCFC....
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#2
ballad of the beaconsfield miners
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#4
I LOVE Everlong (Acoustic) - Foo Fighters and Overkill - Colin Hay.i definitely agree with I will Follow You Into the Dark. theres definitely more that i like but those are probably my top 3
#5
personally i love all bfmv acoustic songs
some others
Ulver - Utreise
i hate everything about you - 3 days grace
the ataris - eight of nine
silverstien - my heroine
rise against - give it all
your gardian angel - red jump suit apperatus
but if you want acoustic songs you could get punk goes acoustic 1 and 2 there always good
#6
Alice In Chains - MTV Unplugged (Every song).

Also: Alter Bridge -Watch Over You plus many others they do acoustic.
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#8
"New Slang," by the Shins. The song is acoustic perfection.

Edit: ...and the song "Thousands are Sailing," by the Pogues is also a masterpiece.
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What do you think are the best acoustic guitar songs of all time? I personally like "where did you sleep last nigth"- Nirvana, "Heart shaped box (acoustic)" - Evanescence, "I will follow you into the dark" - DCFC.......


heart shaped box is originally by nirvana isnt it?

i love to play good riddance by green day. thats always fun.
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#11
the song that made me want to start playing acoustic guitar was classical gas by clapton.. not mason, hes good to but theres something about clapton. also the intro from over the hills and far away by zep. and jim croce and simon and garfunkel kill it to
#12
i really like playing Wicked Game - Chris Issac/3 days grace
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