#1
Could someone recommend me some good acoustic songs that use a slide? Preferably blues and open tuning. I got a slide awhile ago and so far have only learned to play Zeppelin's Nobody's Fault but Mine.

Thanks alot
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#2
Zeppelin- In my Time of Dying is another great one.
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Taylor GS8
Fender American Strat (w/DiMarzio pickups)
Epiphone Les Paul
#3
look into some robert johnson. he uses a slide and open chord tunings for most of his songs.
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#4
wow, duh, yeah thats the one i learned, not Nobody's Fault but Mine. my bad
stuff:
guitar.
amp.
acoustic.
#5
Most of the fun in playing slide is just jamming I find.

Throw your guitar into Open D or Open G and just rock out with some 12 bar blues.
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#6
Eric Clapton - Walkin' Blues off the Unplugged album
Eric Clapton - Rollin' and Tumblin' (not sure of the original composer Muddy Waters or Elmore James I think)
Eric Clapton - Terraplane Blues off the Sessions for Robert J
Elmore James - Dust My Broom

all great songs
#7
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Eric Clapton - Rollin' and Tumblin' (not sure of the original composer Muddy Waters or Elmore James I think)


Humbone Willie Newbern as far as I know. The main riff is widely used though, including some of Robert Johnson's songs. Speaking of which, I like his Travelin' Riverside Blues, that's a good one.
#8
jesus on the mainline-ry cooder

i think that's in open c
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