#1
acoustic-ish songs kinda like
green carnation- the burden is mine alone
opeth - in my time of need


and i already know how to play i cum blood
#2
Quote by TheEmoStrangler
acoustic-ish songs kinda like
green carnation- the burden is mine alone
opeth - in my time of need


and i already know how to play i cum blood


Learn it again. That would be super br00t4l.
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#3
godsmack has some pretty good 'acoustic-ish songs'
Roses are red
Voilets are blue
The only bulge in my pocket is my wallet
No i'm not happy to see you
#5
Death - voice of the soul
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#7
learn the bass oh wait
Without music, life would be a mistake.
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#9
Opeth-Porcelain heart

and > at the people dissing the bass what would hold your main rythym sections together.
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#10
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Opeth-Porcelain heart

and > at the people dissing the bass what would hold your main rythym sections together.


Yeah, without bass I can imagine a lot of music styles would be extremely undesirable, especially metal & funk-ish types of music.
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