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I just got a Mitchell MD-100S, and I'm looking for some good songs to play. It's pretty easy to find acoustic songs to play, but I'm looking for some acoustic metal like Opeth's Harvest or other songs. Really anythings fine, but I'm not very advanced in my playing yet, so stuff that has more chords and less solos would be better. Thanks.
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Quote by Xeroxed
I just got a Mitchell MD-100S, and I'm looking for some good songs to play. It's pretty easy to find acoustic songs to play, but I'm looking for some acoustic metal like Opeth's Harvest or other songs. Really anythings fine, but I'm not very advanced in my playing yet, so stuff that has more chords and less solos would be better. Thanks.



Look into Folk Metal, it a genre of Metal with many acoustic instruements.

Havamal by Falkenbach might be a good choice.

Also, if you are looking for more, check the metal rec. thread in the metal forum, you can find many others like it.




edit: Havamal is more distorted than I remember, but if you play it acoustically it would sound great.

Also checkout Agalloch, Finntroll's acoustic album (Visor Om Slutet), In Flames also has a lot of acoustic songs.

In Flames

http://youtube.com/watch?v=gNydqhcvFuQ&feature=related

http://youtube.com/watch?v=QpWBzzgmITE&feature=related

Finntroll

http://youtube.com/watch?v=8EnYxqFOBfA

Video's chosen just because of the song btw.
Last edited by Alexander_BR at May 3, 2008,
#4
Black Label Society does a lot of acoustic stuff. Look for anything off "Hangover Music Vol. 1"

Check out Slipknot. They do a really cool acoustic version of 'Vermillion' I think (I suck with names, that song that goes "I won't let this build up inside of me" etc etc).
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#5
You need to look into some Agalloch, my friend. No other artist or band has influenced my acoustic playing more.

So much of their stuff has masterfully crafted acoustic parts in it.

Look into Haunting Birds, And The Great Cold Death Of The Earth, A Desolation Song, and pretty much the entire White EP.
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