#1
I just got a new fender acoustic (i don't know the exact model) and i want to learn something new but i don't know what to try. I'm looking for something pretty easy. So far i know the intro to kryptonite by three doors down, parts of I walk the line and ghost riders in the sky by johnny cash, plus a few little things my friend showed me. Suggestions?
#4
Quote by Breaking_Zach
I just got a new fender acoustic (i don't know the exact model) and i want to learn something new but i don't know what to try. I'm looking for something pretty easy. So far i know the intro to kryptonite by three doors down, parts of I walk the line and ghost riders in the sky by johnny cash, plus a few little things my friend showed me. Suggestions?

Try something normally associated with electric guitars, like metal.
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jazz bass.

t-bird is muddy inversatile, and reminds me of emo chicks.

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#7
Fiire and eyeplayguitar are very right. Good songs to start out on.
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#8
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This.

Very helpful :P

And I don't know if you're a fan or not, but a lot of Credence Clearwater Revival songs use simple chords.