#3
write stuff?
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Oh well, now the empty shell of what used to be chocolaty goodness can contain a tasty guitar circuit.


speaking of my homemade pedal
#5
Stairway.
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#7
+ 1 to tenacious d
You could try some flight of the conchords.
Specifically , The Humans Are Dead
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#9
layla acoustic version. the tabs up here for "layla acoustic" are pretty good too.
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#10
hard luck woman by kiss
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#12
I would suggest Got Me Wrong by Alice in Chains..

But you're twelve, and you couldn't possibly hit those notes, as your voice is still probably high pitched.

Eh, **** it.

Got Me Wrong.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=v0PEuozJ65g
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#13
Some older Taking Back Sunday sounds really good acoustic. Tenacious D is a must. Some Oasis songs too.

Hey There Delilah by Plain White T's is like the ultimate pussy magnet if you're going to play at a party (from my experience).
#14
Quote by Jack Off Jill
I would suggest Got Me Wrong by Alice in Chains..

But you're twelve, and you couldn't possibly hit those notes, as your voice is still probably high pitched.

Eh, **** it.

Got Me Wrong.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=v0PEuozJ65g



i have all of AIC unplugged on my ipod
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Noooooooooooo how could this be! he at all the chocolate in the box
Oh well, now the empty shell of what used to be chocolaty goodness can contain a tasty guitar circuit.


speaking of my homemade pedal
#15
Flight of the Conchords!
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#16
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i have all of AIC unplugged on my ipod

Me too! I learned how to play guitar originally by watching Jerry play on the DVD. I used to be a huge AIC fan. I'm still a big fan, but I used to be nuts about them. I have every song they did, including their cover of Suffragette City, and all the songs that Layne guested on throughout the years.
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Yeah, write to my fanclub about it, honey.
#17
Running Blind by Godsmack
Peace of Mind by Boston
Casting Shade, Prelude To disaster, The final letdown, all by Shadows Fall
To rid the disease by Opeth
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#19
Some Crosby, Stills Nash and Young.
Nine planets surround the sun
Only one does the sun embrace
Upon this watered one
So much we take for granted


So let us sleep outside tonight
Lay down in our mother's arms
For here we can rest safely
#20
Get Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds' Live at Luther College, for one.

There's some great stuff between Clapton and Andy Fairweather-Low on Clapton's Unplugged.

Some other bands to look at for double acoustic songs:
Jars of Clay
Storyhill
Seals and Crofts
Loggins and Messina
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#22
This belongs in the Acoustic & Classical guitar section.
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#23
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Me too! I learned how to play guitar originally by watching Jerry play on the DVD. I used to be a huge AIC fan. I'm still a big fan, but I used to be nuts about them. I have every song they did, including their cover of Suffragette City, and all the songs that Layne guested on throughout the years.


That is pretty damn cool.
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#24
In Elvenking's 'A Fiery Stride' Intro, I think there's an acoustic harmony part, but good luck tabbing that out...
When you saw me sleeping
thought I was dreaming
of you...


I didn't tell you
That the only dream
Is Valium for me
#25
Do a 12 bar blues improvisation were you guys when you switch roles in between rythym and lead
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#26
Im part of an acoustic duo. I'd suggest original work.
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