#1
Ok I know there are all these beginner songs or easy songs to play that everyone learns when they first start out.

I am looking to compile a list of tabs however that will teach you good rhythm and timing. What I mean is basically you can play any offspring song and take next to no new techniques from it, or same with green day and such. I want this list to be diverse

I find that I lack in basic rhythm strumming and stuff so I am looking for songs that will do a good mixture of strum patterns to help with feel.

If you got a song to throw down that isn't that hard but maybe has different strum patterns and note lengths maybe 8th and 16th notes, then post it, stuff that incorporates different essential rythym techniques.
#2
Pop punk songs?
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I have just learnt this song and would recamend it to you.

Also I recamend looking at some Red Hot Chillie Peppers Songs, Under the bridge comes to mind.

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Sublime - Santeria. Not that difficult but will give you a pretty good basis for playing off the beat.
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Ok I know there are all these beginner songs or easy songs to play that everyone learns when they first start out.

I am looking to compile a list of tabs however that will teach you good rhythm and timing. What I mean is basically you can play any offspring song and take next to no new techniques from it, or same with green day and such. I want this list to be diverse

I find that I lack in basic rhythm strumming and stuff so I am looking for songs that will do a good mixture of strum patterns to help with feel.

If you got a song to throw down that isn't that hard but maybe has different strum patterns and note lengths maybe 8th and 16th notes, then post it, stuff that incorporates different essential rythym techniques.

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#7
Wolfmother
Kings of Leon
Muse
Led Zeppelin

More difficult:
Jane's Addiction
Megadeth
Mastodon

Essentially Free Form Rhythm:
Hendrix


Edit: all of these bands have different rhythmic styles, so take whatever you like and learn that.
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#9
I found that Metallica's "Seek & Destroy" is good for rhythm training.
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