#3
F#$k her Gently by Tenacious D, Dueling Banjos, really builds dexterity, Nothing Else Matters, i guess,,of course Dire straits, which is exclusively fingerstyle, but you probably already knew that, Gambler by Kenny Rogers, Leaving on a jetplane by John Denver.
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#4
The Smiths - Back to the Old House
I've been tryin' to learn it on & off for the past several months, but I'm no good at finger picking.
#8
Dust in the Wind - Kansas
No Other Way - Jack Johnson
The Heart of Life - John Mayer
#9
dee- randy rhodes
intro to fight fire with fire- metallica
wanted (dear or alive)- bon jovi
#12
Just thought of another one :P

Ballad of the beaconsfield miners by foo fighters

You kinda have to be amazing at finger picking to do this... Ive never managed it.
#13
I like fingerpicking Here Comes the Sun by the Beatles.

Just listen to Jeff Beck.
#14
Beatles - Blackbird
Eagles - Hotel California
Thrills - Big Sur
Ed Sheeran - everything
Eric Clapton - Tears in Heaven, Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
#16
F#$k her Gently by Tenacious D, Dueling Banjos, really builds dexterity, Nothing Else Matters



#21
We are gonna be friends - white stripes
Personal Jesus - Depeche Mode/Johnny Cash
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#25
Classical gas is very fun to play but it's pretty difficult. Tears in heaven and nothin else matters are also fun to play and are pretty easy
#27
Very good exemples Manualex!
Every song by Jackson C Frank (October, Milk and Honey or Dialogue) are to me the best folk examples