#1
Hey, i was just wondering what you guys think is the, or at least one of the hardest all-acoustic songs there is.

I just started playing in april, and i wanna see what my final goal should be loll. Something to work towards.
#6
check out some of the tommy emmanuel songs where he plays rhythm, solo and percussion at the same time
#7
Your final goal should not be (imho) the hardest piece to play but the piece that you want to do the most, or the music that you want to write the most.
#9
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AIzKsNIRrV4

it's not really as hard as it looks, you just have to have flawless technique for it to sound good
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#10
if you dont know how to finger pick then a fingerpicking song would be the hardest, and vice-versa with a pick. So it's a pretty tough question.
Albeniz has some piano pieces that are adapted to classical guitar and several of them are pretty demanding. Torre Bermeja.
#13
Having been listening to guitar musicmy whole life, and now playing for a fair piece....this is my goal, the hardest piece i think to play, and the goal of anyone playnig classical guitar.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9efHwnFAkuA

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#14
I guess "hardest song" would be defined by what kind of music you want to play. Do you want to play jazz, classical, flamenco, fingerstyle, rock/pop, country, etc etc? It's kinda up to you.
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Having been listening to guitar musicmy whole life, and now playing for a fair piece....this is my goal, the hardest piece i think to play, and the goal of anyone playnig classical guitar.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9efHwnFAkuA

i do have the right tabs if you want them


I'd have to disagree with you on that being hard, it's a trick that has to be learned but once you have that it's easy. Also the piano version is playable on guitar and tougher than this.

Not the hardest, but so beautiful it can't be ignored.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCM_bbxUaDQ
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#17
I'd personally set my final goal to be able to play the 3rd installment of Moonlight Sonata on guitar.

Either the left or right hand part.
#18
Some of the stuff posted in here isn't even vaguely difficult for any experienced player. Jerry's breakdown? It's relatively simple. I can play it happily, much much faster than in the first link. Almost double speed. I'm not showing off, just saying that it's miles away from being the hardest song ever.

You can't say the most difficult song, but if you want something to make you feel like burning your guitar I'd recommend this. It's best from the middle onwards;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lf-L6ZQ4_mc&feature=related