#1
what are some good classic rock songs that are easy to play?but not really easy songs like smoke on the water.ive been playing for 6 months if that helps.and something that will sound good on an acoustic cause i dont have an electric.by that i mean not like godsmack and stuff that classical guitars cant make.

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#2
do ac/dc songs ex back in black,diry deeds done dirt cheap or highway to hell. those are good and will help u change chords fast
#3
whoops should have mentioned this. i know alot of AC/DC already i also know all of crazy train other then the solo and some other songs too
#5
Some Led Zeppelin would probably work for you. Maybe Neil Young's Powderfinger, I like that one....
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#7
Classic rock? I'm pretty sure System of a Down and Slipknot do NOT fit into this category. Granted, what genre a band is can be debated in many cases, but I think most would agree that these are not classic rock bands.

"Two Steps Behind" by Def Leppard.
"Bringing on the Heartbreak" in acoustic by Def Leppard sounded REALLY good live in OKC last Wednesay.
"Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison.
"The Trees" by Rush.

There's a few to get you started. "Every Rose Has It's Thorn" is some fairly basic chord changes, you could probably learn it at 6 months...
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#8
I have the same problem. :P I won't be getting an electric till the end of the month, so I am just working with acoustic rock. Anyway, here are some easy songs that I know.

Blackbird - The Beatles (Good Practice for Fingerpicking)
Tear in Heaven - Eric Clapton
Over the Hills and Far Away - Led Zeppelin (Good practice for Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs)
Dust In the Wind - Kansas
While My Guitar Gently Weeps - The Beatles
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#10
Oh, I almost forgot. Whish You Were Here by Pink Floyd is very easy and sounds great. The Solos in it are also very easy. One of my favorite songs of all time.
“My vocation is more in composition really than anything else - building up harmonies using the guitar, orchestrating the guitar like an army, a guitar army.”- Jimmy Page