Top 15 Most Popular Acoustic Guitar Songs of All Time

Top 15 Most Popular Acoustic Guitar Songs of All Time

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An acoustic guitar is simply a guitar in its original avatar – without any electronic components. The production of sound in an acoustic guitar depends solely on vibration of strings as opposed to the modern Electronic guitar. If the instrument is to be used for a live concert, it may have a sound box and a sound board for amplifying vibrations of the string.

The essence of an electronic guitar lies in its abilities to produce pleasing and calming natural sounds that make the essential component of Acoustic songs, and guitars are the primary source of sound in most acoustic compositions these days.

1. Blackbird – Paul McCartney


2. More than words – Extreme


3. Heart of gold – Neil Young


4. Layla (Unplugged) – Eric Clapton


5. Under the bridge (acoustic) – Red Hot Chili Peppers


6. Crazy little thing called love – Queen


7. Dust In The Wind – Kansas


8. Everlong (acoustic) – Foo Fighters


9. Working class hero – John Lennon


10. The Times They Are A Changin’ – Bob Dylan


11. Daughters – John Mayer


12. The River (acoustic) – Bruce Springsteen


13. Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers


14. When the stars go blue – Ryan Adams


15. Teach your children – Crosby, Still, Nash & Young