#1
So I just got a fender rhodes for free the other day, excellent condition. Not entirely new to piano, but I need some songs to learn that are on the simpler side.
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#2
You can find some simple versions of almost every song. I enjoy to dabble on Fur Elise by Beethoven.
#3
Learn the Beetles piano parts dude, excellent example of how 'old-school' ideas from Rag Time and Blues era piano ultimately became guitar parts 40/50 years down the line...

Muse as well, just because playing Space Dementia would improve your key tickling skills to no end. And I'm guiltily enjoying them at the moment. What better reason to learn a Muse song?


ANDDDDD Time to Waste by Alkaline Trio. My mate used to play it before music lessons all the time, looked relatively easy compared to how awesome it sounded...
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#4
Play pretty much any song, and you will sound cool. That is what the Fender Rhodes is all about.
#5
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Play pretty much any song, and you will sound cool. That is what the Fender Rhodes is all about.

this is 100% right. any song sounds awesome on a rhodes.
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