Is especially haunting. With this cover, Incubus showed how sweet and pretty the melody behind their smash hit was, to the point where one wonders if there even needs to be an electric version. But in true Bon Jovi fashion, it ends with a big guitar solos and drum kick. Without waves of distortion to back them up, the band are raw and vulnerable, with Kurt Cobain especially on display as a human being. On its own, Maps by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs is heartbreaking. But without the plucky indie rock of the original backing it, the track is truly gut-wrenching.
Alice In Chains – Would?
There is something really special about hearing one of your favorite songs on an instrument. Here are ten of our favorite acoustic guitar covers. Get the TAB here. Beyond the Guitar is our guy when it comes to guitar arrangements of our favorite movie, television, and video game soundtracks.
Foo Fighters – Everlong
While it's easy to create a basic acoustic cover of most pop songs , it's difficult to create a version unique enough to stand on its own. When done correctly, however, a great acoustic cover can give us an entirely new take on a melody we already know and love. That's why we put together this Music Monday playlist full of acoustic covers that just may be better than the originals. So kick back, throw on these chill tunes and enjoy the long summer days while we still have them. Have something to add to our playlist? Share with us in the comments, below, or on Spotify , and we'll add it.
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