#1
I was thinking what are some good acoustic bands, or just solo players. I would prefer players that arn't flamenco (sp). Well anybody is fine, just looking for some good acoustic work that i can get tabs for. Thanks.
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#2
City and colour?
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man theres a stack!

i dont really get what your after, but when i think along the acoustic sorta line these bands are what come to mind however their not straight acoustic.

America
Bob Dylan
Donovan Frankenreiter
Neil Young
Crosby, Stills, Nash
Tim Hardin
Simon and Garfunkel
Joan Baez
Johnny Cash
#10
Plain white t's are great. Hey there delilah is an amazing song and an easy easy easy song to play
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#11
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There not all acoustic but they have alot of acoustic songs, and the ones that arent acoustic still can be played acoustic.

Foo Fighters.
They got alot of acoustic songs.

Dave Matthews, all acoustic

Neil young!
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#12
John Mayer!!
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john butler trio
jackopierce
jason mraz
nickel creek
ryan adams
elliot smith
sufjan stevens
goo goo dolls
ryan cabrera
jack johnson
ben harper
#16
+1 on the John Butler Trio and Johnny Cash
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#17
Ya there are lots, Dave Matthews Band, Foo Fighters have some awesome acoustic stuff (im actually listening to them right now ), and John Frusciante has some really good acoustic stuff out there.
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#18
Secondhand Serenade and ForeverDOWN has some cool stuff that I like
#19
Howie Day and Matt Nathanson (groovy 12-string rock)

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#21
Tommy Emmanuel? He has some amazing solo acoustic work. I'd seriously suggest you check out his material.
#24
Garth Brooks and rodrigo y gabriela are the two that come to mind!
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#26
Jack Johnson is one of my favourtie acoustic guitarists, and dave matthews and tim reynolds have some really good live acoustic stuff as well. There's alot of bands that have live acoustic and unplugged cd's, like nirvana unplugged or pearl jam live at benaroya hall, that are defintely worth a listen.
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City and colour?

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City and colour is a band man. That was really horrible lol.
#28
check out an english band called elbow... very underated.

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