http://honestrealestateagent.com/buyercourse/mastery-summit//wp-login.php My personal search for great acoustic guitar songs
When I began my search for the best/great acoustic guitar songs ever produced I began to dream of a time when I was a voracious young guitarists trying to digest everything the radio could spew. Since I started playing guitar a few decades ago, countless acoustic guitar songs have been produced that are perfect for beginners to experience the range of sound that can be produced by the acoustic guitar.
Now I am a little biased and my choices below reflect that. I went for what sounds good (to my ear and taste) played on the acoustic guitar; I also looked at songs that would be a slight (in some cases hard) challenge to beginners but songs that would add value to their repertoire; in fact the following songs if played well would add value to any guitarist’s repertoire. The following list is by no means exhaustive; it is merely my personal search throughout the internet to re-acquaint myself with what has been produced since the 1960s and really, to get back into one of my very first loves; actually the first dream I ever had as a boy of nine years old – of playing in a rock band.
http://hellokrista.com/making-mini-album-making-harry-potter/?msg=fail First Ten Classics
1. Tears in Heaven – Eric Clapton
I thought I would start with one of the evergreen masters of acoustic/electric guitar. It has some nice touches in it that will make you sound good.
2. Drive – Incubus
Nice driving rhythm acoustic guitar song that is great to play at parties.
3. I’m Yours – Jason Mraz
When I first heard this song over in Honolulu it took me by surprise; a great song for those beach parties.
4. Californication – Red Hot Chilli Peppers
A nice classic introduction worth learning.
5. Bubbly – Colbie Caillat
OK, I have to admit this song grew on me; nice easy song for acoustic guitar.
6. Classical Gas – Mason Williams
A little harder to master but once you do you wont be able to put it down.
7. Knocking on heaven’s door – Bob Dylan
A great Dylan classic that is easy to play and would be great at parties.
8. Wanted (Dead or Alive) – Bon Jovi
A real classic, couldn’t go past it. Nice distinctive intro known widely – this will put you on the map; not too difficult to play.
9. Blackbird – The Beatles
This is not a song I would normally go for, but I think it is worth trying as it will extend your skill.
10.Come on get higher
A nice easy-going sing-along song that will wrap this first list of ten up.
Second Ten Classics
11. Every breath I take – Police/Puff daddy
A classic from the eighties
12. Stairway to Heaven – Led Zeppelin
Was the measure of a guitarist in the seventies
13. Hotel California – The Eagles
This will stretch you; worth the time it will take for you to master.
14. Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
A widely recognised song throughout the world
15. Layla Uplugged – Clapton
This one you will enjoy, nice change in style
16. Wish you were here – Pink Floyd
Classic Pink Floyd easy to play
17. Nothing else matters – Metallica
Classic Metallica – great sound
18. More than words – Extreme
This is a great song to extend your collection of chords
19. Wonderwall – Oasis
Another distinctive classic beginning riff
20. If – Bread
This is an oldie with a lot of interesting chords and changes for you to master and put together.
Source by Hauiti Hakopa