#1
So my band right now has two electric guitars (lead and rhythm), a bass, and me on acoustic guitar and vocals.

So when i'm writing songs, should i just have the acoustic play the same chords but as open chords? (ie Flogging Molly's lead singer Dave King)

We are Rock/Folk.

Thank you.
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#2
bump cuz i need advice
Rigz.
SX Furrian
Eastwood Mandocaster
Bugera v55
DigiTech DL8
Boss BD-2
Dean Markley Tuner
Ebow

Gear Hitlist:
2x12 Cab
#3
writing? well write them however you want. anything can be arranged to utilise the full band. that's how it it usually works.
#4
write what you can, then when the whole bands together do a jam seesion type thing and have everyone else play over the song in key and see ow it goes.
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#5
Try listening to the Eagles. They had 3 guitarists (plus a bassists) you can get ideas from them on the way they arrange their music. Remember, there is no "right" way to do this, so do whatever you and your band members think best.
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