#2
dead or alive by bon jovi maybe???
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#3
Black Water - Doobie Brothers
Fade to Black, Welcome Home (Sanitarium), One - Metallica
Hurricane - Bob Dylan
Wind Cries Mary - Jimi Hendrix
and of course...:
Stairway to Heaven, Going to California, Tangerine - Led Zeppelin.
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#4
Alot of stuff by Jack Johnson is fun too, although it's kind of boring unless you can sing too. Umm, High Tide or Low Tide by Bob Marley.
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#6
Wish you were here could work.
Gear:

- Epiphone Les Paul Standard
- Saga LP Copy
- Godin Seagull Acoustic
- Roland Cube 60
- Fender G-Dec
- Jim Dunlop Crybaby
- Guitar Rig 2
#7
beatles songs are good for chords, picking patterns, and finger picking, so try those.

And by the way. Did you buy this guitar online? because if you did, how will you know you like the sound? Acoustics are a little more finicky then electrics when it comes to tone.
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#9
thanks everybody, great suggestions. i wrote them all down.

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And by the way. Did you buy this guitar online? because if you did, how will you know you like the sound? Acoustics are a little more finicky then electrics when it comes to tone.


oh no, i said two weeks because i couldnt decide between this one parkwood and this other breedlove at the store so i decided to think about it for a while and then make the purchase. thats a good point, acoustics are always more varying when it comes to tone than electrics are.