#3
I play that alot......I've never heard the song though.My friend taught me it. Thanks anyway.
#4
I really enjoy all this advice I'm getting......I really enjoy how ablsolutely no one seems to have a freakin' clue fow what I should play....Its real great guys.
#5
sweet home alabama definitely, play it up the farm all the time
Joe Walsh = one of the best legends in the history of the world.
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#6
ten years gone by led zeppelin is great. tangerine also another great one. house of the rising sun- animals. patience guns and roses i know its not classic but give it 10 yrs and it will be.
#7
if you play zeppelin.
tangerine, going to california, over the hills an far away, thank you.
their not all full acoustic but you can find ways to do it all acoustic. i also done that.
#8
Across the univerve by The Beatles
Stairway To Heaven by Led Zep
Blackbird by The Beatles
Mr. Tambourine Man by Bob Dylan

It's not classic rock but it sounds like a beatles song

Let there be love - Oasis
#9
Try this:
Pink Floyd
Wish You Were Here (you know that already)
Pigs on the Wing pt 1 and 2 (each is 1 1/2 min)
Dogs (this is long 17 min but its good)
and anything from Dark side is good acoustic.
#10
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I really enjoy all this advice I'm getting......I really enjoy how ablsolutely no one seems to have a freakin' clue fow what I should play....Its real great guys.


good lord man, why don't you try waiting more than fifteen minutes.

anyway... classic rock songs on acoustic....

pink floyd - breathe
pink floyd - wish you were here
pink floyd - pertty much any song being that pink floyd is probably the best band ever
fleetwood mac - landslide
fleetwood mac - the chain
fleetwood mac - never going back again
john lennon - imagine
the byrds - turn, turn, turn
the doobie brothers - listen to the music
james taylor - fire and rain
the eagles - hotel california
the eagles - tequila sunrise
van morrison - brown eyed girl
tom petty - free fallin
tom petty - mary jane's last dance
the beatles - michelle
the beatles - hey jude
the beatles - yesterday
the beatles - love me do
the beatles - hard days night
simon & garfunkel - mrs. robinson
simon & garfunkel - the sound of silence
kansas - dust in the wind
lynyrd skynyrd - simple man
lynyrd skynyrd - sweet home alabama
bob seger - night moves
bob seger - main street
led zeppelin - braun yr aur stomp
led zeppelin - tangerine
led zeppelin - over the hills and far away
led zeppelin - see quote above about pink floyd and apply here as well
guns n roses - november rain
guns n roses - sweet child of mine
steve miller band - jet airliner
steve miller band - the joker
marshall tucker band - can't you see
stealer's wheel - stuck in the middle with you
steppenwolf - magic carpet ride

there's about 30 or so... i'll edit more in as i think of them
#11
First song I ever learned was Animals, house of the rising sun, first by chords and then by just picking. My personal favorite song ever, and fairy easy/hard, however you choose to play it.

Go for it
#12
Eric Clapton - Layla

surprised anyone hasnt mentioned it yet
I love neapolitan ice cream, but I HATE VANILA AND STRAWBERRY!

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#13
^-- blah i had that one in my original post along with several more songs, but internet explorer locked up when i hit "Post Quick Reply." so i had to type it all over again and i left some stuff out that's one of my favorites actually!
#14
pretty much anything dylan....
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