#1
I need some rythym for acoustic, to take a break from the classical fast stuff. I would like a cool sounding rythym song that sounds cool by itself, I probably wont sing, because im not good at it.

If you need any other info Ask

/Thanks\
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#3
I'd say an acousticy version of La Grange by ZZ Top

that has a pretty nice rythm to it

or some blues progressions, not exactly which, but some blues has good rhythm

But La Grange is fun to play, a lot of peopel know it, and it is easy to solo over it and just jam
#4
Let me clarify, by rythym I mean more like chords and cool strumming patterns than anything else.
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#7
I know how to play both of those ^^ . Any more?
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#8
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I need some rythym for acoustic, to take a break from the classical fast stuff. I would like a cool sounding rythym song that sounds cool by itself, I probably wont sing, because im not good at it.

If you need any other info Ask

/Thanks\

Yeah I know what you mean. When im taking a break from classical, these are my personal uplifting favorates to strum along to:
-Moby, Porceline (however you spell that)
-Radiohead, Karma Police <----fantastical, totaly recomend!
-Radiohead, Street Spirit

I recomend Karma Police the most! Beutiful uplifting song. Theres a few more at the back of my mind that I cant quite remember the names of...will get back to you.
#9
^-- karma police is indeed a good one

here are some more:

crash into me - dave matthews band
stay or leave - dave matthews (capo 7)
rooster - alice in chains (half step down)
nutshell - alice in chains (half step down)
creep - radiohead
champagne supernova - oasis
everlong - foo fighters (drop d)
#10
I don't know why it bothers me, but it's spelled rhythm.

Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
It's easy and fun to play (especially if you have someone to play with).
#11
^^ Can play the wish you were here. But thanks for all the recomendations. Ill start on karma police now . Keep em comin
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#12
free falling--tom petty

not the coolest song on the planet, but its got a nice rhythm to it, especially with an octave pedal and a jellifish pick