#1
Hi,

I started playing guitar about a year ago, and the first song i learned to play was

Kansas - Dust in the wind.

I then realized a bunch of other songs had the same picking-pattern, so it was relatively easy to learn them aswell:

Kansas - Dust in the wind
Pearl Jam - Just breathe
Eddie Vedder - Tuolumne
Eddie Vedder - Guaranteed
Jack's Mannequin - Restless dream

Does anyone have some songs to add with the same pattern?
#2
Why would you want or need such a list? Half the problem with learning guitar is learning to use your ears, having a list like this isn't actually going to help anyone.
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Why would you want or need such a list? Half the problem with learning guitar is learning to use your ears, having a list like this isn't actually going to help anyone.


Well why i want it is irrelevant, no?

Just so you know, the picking pattern is called "Clawhammer" style - there's hundreds of songs with that picking pattern.


Ah, i didn't know. Thanx! Do you have any examples?
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Well why i want it is irrelevant, no?


No it isn't. If you were given such a list you would not develop your ears to recognise the sound from an outside source and recognising a sound from outside yourself is a step on the way to being able to compose using that sound.
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No it isn't. If you were given such a list you would not develop your ears to recognise the sound from an outside source and recognising a sound from outside yourself is a step on the way to being able to compose using that sound.


I appreciate the tip!
I'm trying to differ every new song i learn myself, and also compose a little myself. However I was asking now purely of interest, not for pedagogic reasons

If you look back now, what would you've been practising on when you had played for 1 year, and why?
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I appreciate the tip!
I'm trying to differ every new song i learn myself, and also compose a little myself. However I was asking now purely of interest, not for pedagogic reasons

If you look back now, what would you've been practising on when you had played for 1 year, and why?


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so it was relatively easy to learn them aswell


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