#1
I just learned nothing else matters by metallica and want to learn more like it.
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#2
the one that introduced me to fingerstyle was love song by tesla, simple but fun to play...
i hope no one says stairway
#3
Blackwater Park by Opeth
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#5
learn some chet atkins or jerry reed
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#6
Quote by Rogue Hermit
you should learn stairway! haha. only cuz that guy didn't want anybody suggesting that


*facepalm*
#7
Coheed and Cambria have some cool fingerpicking songs, like Always and Never, IRO-Bot, and part of The Light and The Glass. The Prize Fighter Inferno have some really cool fingerpicking songs, like Easter, The Missing McCloud boys, and a few others.
#8
Quote by TylerRRR
learn some chet atkins or jerry reed
+1 on that. Dust in the Wind is good for beginner fingerpickers.
#9
lol, im useless at fingerpicking, i play nothing else matters with a pick:P, i still think it sounds fine though...each to their own style ey...hey i even play bass with a pick. hell with it =D
#10
There is a song called chasing shadows at midnight, by pillar. The verses are fingerpicked. You need a pick for the chorus tho.. And they have yet to make a tab with the solo in it....
#11
tears in heaven anyone?
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#13
Under the Bridge, Stairway (actually how I learned to finger pick, no matter how cliche), or some soft parts in heavier songs, like middle of master of puppets, intro part of you can't bring me down.
#14
If you know some slide guitar, Stack Shot Billy by The Black Keys is a good one.