#1
One electric guitar, one acoustic guitar and vocals. Preferably well known as they will be used in pubs and stuff. Blues, rock, classic rock, folk.. Anything really. Not too challenging to sing either. Thanks much
#2
wonderwall - oasis
crossroads blues - Clapton/Johnson
wish you were here - pink floyd
georgia on my mind - Ray Charles
time of your life green day

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#7
You could probably do some cool alternative stuff like Modest mouse, The Shins, City and Colour. Don't be afraid to through a few lesser known songs in there, especially if they are great songs =) And i always enjoy turning full heavier songs into acoustic versions, you could try that as well
#11
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You could probably do some cool alternative stuff like Modest mouse, The Shins, City and Colour. Don't be afraid to through a few lesser known songs in there, especially if they are great songs =) And i always enjoy turning full heavier songs into acoustic versions, you could try that as well

I've also got a Black Beauty, pretty sweet guitar, especially for an Epiphone...


Anyway, thanks for the suggestions guys, keep 'em coming.
#15
Nothing else matters maybe? Very easy on both guitars and not too challenging to sing
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#17
Glycerine by Bush. Easiest song ever.

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Nothing else matters maybe? Very easy on both guitars and not too challenging to sing


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#21
Basically every song ever, it's just a question of if you want bass and drums. They usually sound pretty good alone anyways, if you change it around a bit anyways.
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I haven't actually listened to that song before, despite knowing it's pretty infamous, thanks for the suggestion, I'll give that one a go.
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Basically every song ever, it's just a question of if you want bass and drums. They usually sound pretty good alone anyways, if you change it around a bit anyways.


Not every song has 2 guitars,and not every one of them has an acoustic one and an electric one.
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#26
One electric, one acoustic and vocals only, you say?

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#28
Greetings to the New Brunette by Billy Bragg
That would probably work. Its a good song too.
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