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Rodders
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Try "Song Bird" by Oasis. Its one of the first songs I learnt on acoustic here is a link

nice video! here are the chords http://www.azchords.com/o/oasis-tabs-2851/songbird-tabs-29999.html

Tis a great little song,

Rod. :wink:

Be excellent to each other & party on dudes!
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manda
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Judas Priest -- Breaking The Law :lol:

"These pretzels are makin' me thirsty."


   
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pearlthekat
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i don't know if anyone has mentioned it yet, Free Falling by Tom Petty. It's here in the Easy Song database.


   
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Nenad
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Waithing On An Angel, Ben Harper

Here is the link to tabs : http://www.swer.net/english.tab.waiting.angel.html
That is link from you tube Ben Harper playing :


   
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Clau20
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what about on acoustic

Wanted Dead Or Alive by Bon Jovi.

Simple chords, simple melody at the begining and a solo not too hard to learn.

The Chords use in that song:

D - Dsus 4 - G - F and another chord that I don't remember the name (x-3-2-0-3-3)

All open chords

" First time I heard the music
I thought it was my own
I could feel it in my heartbeat
I could feel it in my bones
... Blame it on the love of Rock'n'Roll! "


   
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David Hodge
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...and another chord that I don't remember the name (x-3-2-0-3-3)...

Cadd9

Peace


   
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Dave T
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What chords do you know?


   
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rmorash
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An easy song that comes to mind is "Teach Your Children" by Crosby Stills Nash and Young. Basically three chords (D G and A) with the occasional Bmin thrown in. You can even throw in some walking bass when it gets comfortable.


   
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Kevin72790
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Wild Thing by The Troggs for sure.


   
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crkt246
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Are you sure Hank don it this way" if you play it open chords 8)


   
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simonsays
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Jolene (The Dolly Parton version not the Ray LaMontagne song).

Am C G

The first song I managed to play all the way through :D

Cheers,
Simon

There are too many songs that have an 'F' chord in them.


   
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cheesehead53
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Nenad. That song was awesome and very easy to learn. Thanks.


   
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CheechWizard
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Wild thing sounds pretty good on acoustic (mine is pretty loud, maybe that's why).
I haven't tried Louie, Louie.


   
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ballybiker
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cheesey but simple.....and a good intro to practice fingerstyle.....only 4 simple chords

http://www.acoustictabs.co.uk/tabs/Iglesias,Enrique-Hero.txt

slow tempo...simple d/duud strum

enjoy

what did the drummer get on his I.Q. test?....

Drool

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Horse With No Name. I play bass, and I can even play it on guitar.


   
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