#1
me and my friend started a acoustic cover band and we allready have afew songs on our set list but we would ilike more any ideas

the list so far

three days grace -never too late
bayside-masterpiece
foo fighters -everlong
seether- this gift

any ideas on others
#2
Oasis.

probably "wonderwall" or "don't look back in anger". cliche? very. but still great songs.
#4
Some Spill Canvas could be good. nice choices for a set list so far though
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#5
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+1
i dunno if its ur style, but some beck would also be pretty sweet
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#6
you can make your own version of
mama i'm comming - ozzy
worth fighting for - judas priest

what went wrong - blink 182
babe im gonna leave you - led zeppelin
and of corse green day, i dont even need to tell you what song.
#7
dude, please dont do good riddance by green day-its overplayed and severely annoying
some others:
sympathy- goo goo dolls
road trippin- rhcp
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#8
brand new - the boy who blocked his own shot

matchbook romance - tiger lily

mayday parade - three cheers for five years

those songs are kind of emo...but super good acoustic songs nonetheless
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#9
Fade away or Broken by Seether. Or just about any acoustic song by Seether would be awesome! Staind are good too!
#10
Animal Collective, Neutral Milk Hotel, Bright Eyes, The Moldy Peaches (NOT the Juno song; there are betters ones like Who's Got The Crack?), The Aliens, The Decemberists, etc.

Also, I haven't heard a decent acoustic rendition of any Reverend Horton Heat songs yet, but there's a first time for everything. If you know anyone who has one, I'd like to hear it.

Edit: Add Death Cab For Cutie to the list, too.
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#11
Candlebox-Far Behind
Vertical Horizon - Best I Ever Had
Tonic - If you could only see
#12
Man any song can be covered on acoustic, just pick some songs YOU like and learn them..

However, songs I like are

Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix
Roll Away - Back Door Slam
Holiday in Spain, Mr Jones, Perfect Blue Buildings, Colorblind - All Counting Crows (Most CC songs are awesome on acoustic)
Any Bob Dylan or Johnny Cash.. etc etc.
#13
iris -googoo dolls
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#14
Real Good Looking Boy/Pinball Wizard-The Who
Patience-Guns N Roses
Slide Away/Don't Go Away-Oasis
You're The Best Thing-Style Council
Whistle For The Choir-The Fratellis
Better Together-Jack Johnson
#17
Collective soul would be cool to play and learn... Some other ideas are Matchbox 20 or Third Eye Blind...
#18
skin and bones-foo fighters
hear my train commin' (acoustic)- jimi hendrix
lonesome when you go - Bob Dylan
blowin' in the wind - Bob Dylan
dust my broom - Robert Johnson
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