#1
I need a good clapton song for my acoustic skills, if it has singing it would be better, i already know tears in heaven by the way.


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#5
Try "I've Got a Rock n Roll Heart". It's in A, I think. I use capo on 2nd fret and strum G-Em-C-D. Cool song.
#6
Wonderful tonight is really sweet and easy acoustic. Can't say I've found a way to make the leads sound interesting on my own though.
#7
Check out some Cream like Sunshine of your Love. It sounds great on acoustic if you make the notes "pop"
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#9
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Check out some Cream like Sunshine of your Love. It sounds great on acoustic if you make the notes "pop"


I agree, check out "Outside Woman Blues." Sounds good acoustically.
#12
I love "tears in heaven" plus it makes the song even sadder when you think about how he wrote the song for his dead son

EDIT: Haha I just saw you said you already knew tears in heaven sorry. But it is a beautiful song
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#13
All Clapton songs are good. No question about it.
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#14
No words, but Signe is not hard and quite fun. I also like "Sign Language"
#16
Any good clapton songs ??? all clapton songs are awesome ^^
but if you had to chose any it would have to be Wonderful Tonight and/or Layla (acoustic)