#1
I broke my high e-string and was wondering if anyone could tell me some songs i could play since I'm too lazy to go out and get one.

I already have dust in the wind and tears in heaven.
#3
I Cum Bl-

Just Kidding.


Nah, try Coil by Opeth

The only time you ever hit the high E, it is open, and your fingers are in a position where you can just as easily hit the 5th on B. So, you should be fine.

Beautiful acoustic song by the way.
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#4
Quote by gamebreaker
I broke my high e-string and was wondering if anyone could tell me some songs i could play since I'm too lazy to go out and get one.

I already have dust in the wind and tears in heaven.


both of those songs use the high e.....
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#5
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#6
Quote by c_man471
both of those songs use the high e.....


i can't seem to find this song anywhere...

all the other suggestion are great THANK YOU!
#7
That happens when people don't know to read notes. When playing by notes, it doesn't matter what strings are used or whether it's a non-standard tuning. If that specific tune is in the guitar's range, you will be able to play it.
#9
Change your strings?
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