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What song or songs are you woking on this month?

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(@300m)
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"I'd love to change the world" by ten years after
"Long train running" Dobbie brothers
"Green river" Creedance CR
plus the stuff my instructor gave me, 2 bluse rif's in E7 and to cord progressions in C & G7

John M


   
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(@oliver)
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Baby I'm gonna leave you by Led Zeppelin

playing on single acoustic (figuring out some stuff to sound cool)


   
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(@anonymous)
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yesterday, i figured out "needle in the hay" by elliot smith.


   
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(@gjbrake)
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This is a really cool topic!!!

Currently:
Windows and Walls by My Vitriol
Rock N Roll Star by Oasis
Circles by Incubus
The Nearness of You by Norah Jones (although someone else wrote it)
and a bunch of stuff for a wedding I am playing at this month.

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(@ciaran)
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Autumn Leaves, Summertime and Blue Bossa


   
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(@pamparius)
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Since I'm new to this I'm currently working my way through Keith Wyatts DVD Getting Started On Acoustic Guitar.. :oops: :wink:

It's a great dvd, and I'm on the rock part now.

"Trying is the first step towards failure."


   
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 Mike
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A couple of originals, almost done with one, just need the solo and outro to finish that one.

Other than that, I been working on Big Log by Robert Plant


   
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(@mr-mervyn)
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"Under the bridge" and "The righteous and the wicked" by the chilis. Asides from that its just workin on the funk chops.

cheers

Cheers.

Better shred than dead.


   
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(@davisaggie)
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FREE BIRD!!!!

also
Teach your Children well - Crosby Stills and Nash
Margaritavile - Jimmy Buffet


   
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(@yellow_tangerine)
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Angie by the Rolling Stones (playing sparse, broken chords in time is a challenge for me) and Green River by CCR

Always struggling to work my way through the great "Sleepwalk" by Johnny and Santo. Man I love slide!

Hey, I started with that Keith Wyatt DVD too, came with my Acoustic. But it would always froze up on me once I got to the complex stumming section and send me straight to the string changing tutorial. Well, at least I can change a mean string!

If you don't know where you're going,
Any road will take you there


   
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Sabbra Caddbra
War Pigs
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.
Creeping Death

Minus Human

And all the things you said to me
I need your arms to welcome me
But a cold stone's all I see

Let my heart go


   
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(@simonhome-co-uk)
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I must say I like that list Minus :P War Pigs is real fun to play all the way through and so's the solo to Creeping to Death in particular....

As for me, im almost fully recovered from tendonits, after nearly 6 weeks, so i think I soon learn:

'Evil Eye' - yngwie malmsteen
'Holy Wars...And the Punishment Due' - Megadeth
And any other random thing I feel like


   
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 cnev
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Since I have it in one of the many play along books/CD, I've started learning Bon Jovi "You give love a bad Name"

But I'm going to have to try War Pigs. I always liked that song.

"It's all about stickin it to the man!"
It's a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll!


   
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'Evil Eye' - yngwie malmsteen
'Holy Wars...And the Punishment Due' - Megadeth

Sounds like you're pretty eager to get that tendonitis right back! Quite a selection. :P

Right now I'm increasing my jazz abilities, learning "All of Me" and "Misty". I'm also attempting to learn Ozzy's "Mr. Crowley". The main part is simple enough, but I'm getting into the solo, and it's just wild.

Do something you love and you'll never work a day in your life...


   
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(@rob-l)
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Maggie May and Centerfield thanks to the Easy Song Databas

Well I got this guitar and I'm tryin' to learn how to make it talk.


   
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