Whats the easiest song you've come across
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,
Be excellent to each other & party on dudes!
Judas Priest -- Breaking The Law :lol:
"These pretzels are makin' me thirsty."
i don't know if anyone has mentioned it yet, Free Falling by Tom Petty. It's here in the Easy Song database.
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 :
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! "
...and another chord that I don't remember the name (x-3-2-0-3-3)...
What chords do you know?
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.
Are you sure Hank don it this way" if you play it open chords 8)
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
There are too many songs that have an 'F' chord in them.
Nenad. That song was awesome and very easy to learn. Thanks.
Wild thing sounds pretty good on acoustic (mine is pretty loud, maybe that's why).
I haven't tried Louie, Louie.
cheesey but simple.....and a good intro to practice fingerstyle.....only 4 simple chords
slow tempo...simple d/duud strum
what did the drummer get on his I.Q. test?....
Horse With No Name. I play bass, and I can even play it on guitar.