#1
Can anyone recommend some fairly easy slide guitar songs that sound good on an acoustic guitar for a beginner slide player? Thanks
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#2
Virtually the entire catalogue of Delta blues songs can be played this way.....
#3
I just got a slide and I play a hass asses version of Feel like Going home by Muddy Waters. Its right on google.
#4
If you like the Black Crowes, Rich Robinson uses Open G with a slide quite a bit. There are plenty of solid tabs for that right here on UG.
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#5
Rolling Stones? Happy or You Got the Silver are both open G slide I think, and Happy sounds good even if (like me) you suck at slide.
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#6
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If you like the Black Crowes, Rich Robinson uses Open G with a slide quite a bit. There are plenty of solid tabs for that right here on UG.

I'm a huge Black Crowes fan, actually. I'm looking for something acoustic mostly, however. Their new album that's all acoustic has some good ones, I'm looking at Morning Song right now.
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#7
^ Right on. You'll need a capo for some of those, but you probably have one anyhow...

Most songs translate to acoustic pretty well. Actually, a lot of electric tunes are born acoustically in the first place...

Oh, and if you think of it, feel free to thank BrainDamage over in the Classic Rock Forum. I know he's responsible for most of those tabs.
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Ain't No Rest For the Wicked by Cage the Elephant. Easy and a badass song

Already know that one, haha.
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