#2
What you give - Tesla
Has a great acoustic riff that goes through out the song.
Also,
Wish you were here - Pink Floyd
Easy chords, great acoustic intro and solo
#3
what kinda music you like?
METALLICA!!!
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#4
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Blackbird - The Beatles
Redemption Song - Bob Marley

A few I learned when I was starting out... Hope it helps
#5
zombie- the cranberries
or the accoustic version of Come As You Are- Nirvana
#7
Quote by WhiteNoyz
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Blackbird - The Beatles
Redemption Song - Bob Marley

A few I learned when I was starting out... Hope it helps


those were all hard when i was a beginner lol! except Pink Floyd

blackbird has a tricky fingerpicking pattern
and Redemption Song has a tricking strumming patterns which have a weird strumming pattern which you have to change chords supah fast
“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.”

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#8
wonderwall - oasis
and good riddance - green day
and wish you were here is a good one to
i taught that to some of my friends
blackbird was the first complete song i learned before that it was all intros and licks but it does seem tough for beginner
#10
I 2nd Wish you were here, Wonderwall, Good Riddance (Time of your Life), and Blackbird. Also, Unintended by Muse is a fun one to play, as is "High and Dry", and "Fake Plastic Trees" by Radiohead.

Might I also recommend some James Taylor? "Fire and Rain" is a pretty simple song, fun to play too.
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#11
a VERY beginners song you can do is House of the Rising Sun: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/a/animals/house_of_the_rising_sun_tab.htm

it's like one of the standard beginners songs.

after that, you can move onto power chords (they're stupidly easy...1 or 2 fingers and slide them around the neck.) seriously, after you learn power chords, you can do like half the songs that are on the radio. drop d tuning & power chords are pretty much what half of the mainstream rock bands do nowadays...which is pretty sad.
#12
Wonderwall definitely.Also try:
Run-snow patrol
the scientist-coldplay
king-weezer
kryptonite-3 doors down(if your ok with barre chords)
im yours-jason mraz(dunno if i spelled that right)

You should be able to learn any of those in a couple of days.

Happy playing.