#1
I'm looking for songs along the lines of "Hearts and Bones" by Paul Simon, Tommy Emmanuel's arrangement of "Amazing Grace", or Simon & Garfunkel's version of "Scarborough Fair". You can look them up on youtube or something. Anything with an interestingly warm acoustic presence is fine.
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#3
Quote by Guitarmaster94
I'm looking for songs along the lines of "Hearts and Bones" by Paul Simon, Tommy Emmanuel's arrangement of "Amazing Grace", or Simon & Garfunkel's version of "Scarborough Fair". You can look them up on youtube or something. Anything with an interestingly warm acoustic presence is fine.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrVDViSlsSM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZ2mbCQdBQA
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#9
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I-V-VI-IV


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#10
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I-V-VI-IV





Swing and a miss.

I-vii-vi-IV

for the verses anyway. I don't think it ever actually does the I-V...


It's not a bad thing for a song to use that progression though, fyi.
#15
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Swing and a miss.

I-vii-vi-IV

for the verses anyway. I don't think it ever actually does the I-V...

It's not a bad thing for a song to use that progression though, fyi.


To be fair, the only difference between a V and a vii chord is one note, one whole step down.

ex (in Cmaj)

V = Gmajor ( G, B, D)
vii = Bdim (F, B, D)
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#16
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I may just have to make one myself


Consult me for this shit.

We'll make magic.
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To be fair, the only difference between a V and a vii chord is one note.

ex (in Cmaj)

V = Gmajor ( G, B, D)
vii = Bdim (F, B, D)


Very true.
Still, I don't really care.

A song doesn't have to be groundbreaking to be good.
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#17
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Consult me for this shit.

We'll make magic.


Very true.
Still, I don't really care.

A song doesn't have to be groundbreaking to be good.


true. it was a good song.
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#18
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true. it was a good song.




Listen to "Headstone" by them as well.
#20
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I wonder how well WUBUWBBWAAAAAAH translates to acoustic.


I imagine it sounds as good as a breakdown on acoustic.

But there's piano to work with, and one of us can make siren noises.
#21
Quote by blake1221
I imagine it sounds as good as a breakdown on acoustic.

But there's piano to work with, and one of us can make siren noises.

Better yet.

Let's do an acapella dubstep track.

I'll just be saying "wub wub" into the mic and you can go "woop woop" in the background.
#24
Then we need to make this happen.

This can also be a vehicle to launch my rap career, where I freestyle over Death Cab for Cutie samples.