#1
I'm going to start playing in places where people would be interested in listening and leaving small tips with my acoustic, and i'm wondering, what are a few good instrument acoustic songs for me to play?
"it is better to be a part of beauty
for one instant and then to cease
to exist than to exist forever
and never be part of beauty"
-Don Marquis

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People who are racist are probably the most ignorant alive.

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#2
Classical Gas, sure to entertain
Grand Paladin of the Knights Who Say Ni

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Weaseling out of things is important to learn. It's what separates us from the animals ... except the weasel.
#3
Learn something everyone around there will know, and will know the words to. I live in Liverpool, where the Beatles are from, and busker's who play Beatles' stuff go down well.
#5
Italian Leather Sofa by Cake. I wouldn't have thought it would sound good as an acoustic cover, but it does!
#6
Does it have to be instrumental?

Try something by incubus, like Dig, or Talk Shows on Mute or Drive or Pardon me.
#7
Quote by AthenasGhost
Does it have to be instrumental?

Try something by incubus, like Dig, or Talk Shows on Mute or Drive or Pardon me.


Yeah, i can't sing. I'm not shy, my voice just ****ing sucks.
"it is better to be a part of beauty
for one instant and then to cease
to exist than to exist forever
and never be part of beauty"
-Don Marquis

Quote by nebraskan
People who are racist are probably the most ignorant alive.

A serious sig? WHATTT?
#8
Your voice doesn't suck. Nobody's voices suck, most people just never practice.

Neil Young is always a good call. Ditto for acoustic Dylan.
#9
just practice singing and playing man, i can't really sing well but if you keep practicing it you'll get better. i'd like to play in a coffee shop or whatnot one day, so i've been practicing a lot lately. seriously, if you don't sing and just play instrumentals, you better know some impressive ass stuff, or your probably going to sound boring, IMO.