Over the past 20 or so years it has become increasingly popular to create acoustic guitar versions of electric songs. These acoustic versions can sound anything from average to fantastic. It all comes down to how you go about it. Taking an electric song and playing it exactly the same way on your acoustic guitar does not cut it in most cases. While both instruments share many obvious similarities, there are differences between the electric and acoustic guitar. There is also a big difference if you are creating a solo acoustic version ie. In this situation, there are more things you need to compensate for that the band is providing. There are so many cool and unique ways that you can make your acoustic guitar version sound incredible in either a band or solo situation. In this article I am going to present some of these to you so that you can get started creating awesome acoustic versions of any song you like! I can clearly remember a time when I would attempt to create a really cool version of an electric song on my acoustic guitar and it ended up sounding pretty average.
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When You SHOULD Be Using Tabs
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The Myth of “Outgrowing” Tabs
When you first start playing guitar…. And you see how quick and easy it can be to kinda-sorta play something resembling an actual song you know…. And for quite a while…it actually is.
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