#1
Well, I'm trying to use my new acoustic more. I know how to read chords but I don't know of any songs that sound good on the acoustic that use chords. If you guys know of any high rated chords that don't require a capo and preferably in standard tuning (though any tuning is fine) drop me a link please!

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#2
a very standard chord pattern for many acoustic songs is Em, C, G, D. not a particular song but this should help some i hope
#3
acoustic songs on E standard , theres pretty much 1000000000000000x million songs and most of them just use E , G , C , F, A, D , Am

i just learned the dollar bill from screaming trees , pretty awesome song and fairly easy try it.
#4
Well the screaming trees reference helped a bit... But I'm really aiming for titles to play
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#5
learn brother from alice in chains
or nuttshell their acoustic stuff is pretty good

its a half step down songs thou

what do you mean by titles popular songs if so
wonderwall the chicks love that
#6
Well this is soully for personal enjoyment I really enjoy sitting down and playing soft acoustic stuff, it's rather relaxing, every now and then I need a break from my Bugera!
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