PerditionTheElder
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Top Songs To Play On Guitar

Punk songs are usually too easy. A lot of metal is either too much of a headache to learn or unreasonably down-tuned. Here are my Goldilocks songs... not necessarily the best ones, but the ones I enjoy playing the most. Wouldn't mind recs.
1Avenged Sevenfold
Unholy Confessions

The intro alone is worth it.
2Chiodos
No Hardcore Dancing in the Living Room

This song is 5:10, yet not one part is repeated, and no part is boring to play (except maybe the intro).
3Brand New
The Quiet Things that Noone Ever Knows

You can play it with distortion OR on the acoustic for the ladies. Just kidding... if you're on this site, you probably don't need to worry about that.
4Silverstein
Smashed into Pieces

Yep... just starting to realize how much post-hxc is on here.
5Ra
Do You Call My Name

Super easy.
6Dark Tranquillity
ThereIn

Love the dual guitars in the chorus.
7Chiodos
Baby, You Wouldn't Last a Minute on the Creek
8Lamb of God
11th Hour

Another popular song by a popular band, so you can find the tabs online. The bridge is a chore, though.
9Avenged Sevenfold
Chapter Four

Can't figure out the solo, but fun anyways.
10Explosions in the Sky
Your Hand in Mine

Once the song finally climaxes...
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