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I want to pick one complex acoustic song to learn, preferably modern (I.E Not classical, but that's fine too). This will be a song I'd strive for over a little while. Any suggestions?

I favor no genre over another, but I do like bluegrass and the blues, so that would probably catch my eye more.
#2
Have a look as some of Don Ross or Tommy Emmanuel's songs. Theres some very accurate tabs for Tommy on this site as well.
#3
3 - Bramfatura

That should keep you occupied for days...
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#4
Led Zep. Jimmy Page wrote a lot of really cool and interesting acoustic stuff.

The Rain Song
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
Black Mountain Side
Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
Bron-Y-Aur
#5
I'm trying to learn The Silent Nutcracker by the Trans Siberian Orchestra... the tab on this site is accurate.

Basically it's just a medley of the Nutcracker Suite and Silent Night... it's pretty and it is almost time for the holidays.
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Erick Turnbull-Low C
check him out. Goooood stuff, look it up on youtube to help you out. I beleve he made a lesson for the song to.
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#7
Keller Williams' version of Sultans of Swing. Most things Keller does are acoustic and quite hard. I could be wrong as I am somewhat of a newbie, but it seems pretty advanced.
#8
Chet Atkins created a masterpeice when he wrote and preformed "Yankee Doodle Dixie." Basically, it's Yankee Doodle Dandy and Dixie played at the same time. You can listen to versions of it on YouTube.
#9
The Ocean by John Butler Trio... I wish I could play it.
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Neon by John Mayer
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Led Zep. Jimmy Page wrote a lot of really cool and interesting acoustic stuff.

The Rain Song
Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
Black Mountain Side
Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
Bron-Y-Aur


While Jimmy Page did write a lot of interesting stuff, Black Water Side is a scottish traditional song popularized by Bert Jansch who was a huge influence on Page and many others.
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