#1
Are they're any good songs that are drop D for classical and acoustic guitar ?

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#4
Foo fighter once again... its called Razor. Its a really nice tune with loads of pull offs for practice
#5
classical?

foo fighters?

if you can be bothered, buy a book of classical pieces arranged for guitar.

i have a few, and in all of them about half are in drop d, as it seems to suit the original pieces well.
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classical?

foo fighters?

if you can be bothered, buy a book of classical pieces arranged for guitar.

i have a few, and in all of them about half are in drop d, as it seems to suit the original pieces well.


He said classical and acoustic. I presume by acoustic he was referring to a steel stringed one.
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#8
try some secondhand serenade and some dashboard confessional,
they have good acoustics and a lot of drop D tunning
#9
i miss you by incubus.
the acoustic versioin of course...its very simple but its a good one.
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