Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicRock and Pop · 1 decade ago

guitarists my band plays a song in open g tuning to save changing tuning you suggest some more open g songs?

Hi, my band is playing "honky tonk women" by the stones. I have to re tune to open g tuning (dont wanna change guitars) can anyone suggest a couple more songs in open g.

heres a bit of what we play

old man down the road - John Foggerty

back in the ussr - Beatles

Burnin Love - Elvis

Johhny be goode - Chuck Berry

Get back - Beatles

paranoid - Black Sabbath

Evie pt 1 - Stevie Wright (check this out if you don't know it it is great)

Cold Shot - Stevie Ray Vaughan

this is just a few but you get the idea.

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  • Best Answer

    These are the only ones I can think of off the top of my head ...

    Wild Horses (Rolling Stones) DGDGBx

    In My Time of Dyin' (Led Zeppelin) DGDGBd (open G)

    When The Levee Breaks (Led Zeppelin) DGDGBd

    Start Me Up (Rolling Stones) DGDGBd

    Honky Tonk Women (Rolling Stones) xGDGBd

    Brown Sugar (Rolling Stones) DGDGBd

    Can't You Hear Me Knockin' (Rolling Stones) DGDGBd

    Spanish Flangdang (Elizabeth Cotton) DGDGBd

    Walking Blues (R.Johnson, see EC "Unplugged") DGDGBd

    Rolling and tumbling (Clapton) "

    Running on faith (Clapton) "

    Motherless Child (Clapton "From the cradle") "

    Romeo & Juliet by Dire Straits, Capo 3rd fret

    The original Death Letter by son House

    Bad to the Bone "

    All Down the Line (Stones) "

    Can't You Hear Me knockin' (Stones) "

    Tumblin' Dice (Stones) "

    Sweet Virginia (Stones) "

    Easy to Slip (Little Feat) "

    Jesus Just Left Chicago (ZZ Top) "

    Squeezebox (the Who) "

    Fearless (Pink Floyd) "

    Love At The Five And Dime (Nanci Griffith) " capo 3

    The Circle Game (Joni Mitchell) "

    Little Green (Joni Mitchell) "

    Marcie (Joni Mitchell) "

    Daughter (Pearl Jam)

    Am I Wrong - Keb mo xDGDGBd Capo 3

    someones in the wolf-queens of the stone age

    high speed by coldplay

    Come and Go Blues by the Allman Brothers

    Watch Over You - Alter Bridge

    Cheatin' on the Church-Graveyard BBQ

    Bobcaygeon by the Tragically Hip

    Ain't No Rest For the Wicked- Cage the Elephant

    Source(s): Playing guitar for 37 years
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