The group’s acoustics aren’t all that different from each other, but that’s not to say their albums aren’t worth your time.
From the band’s original debut to the follow-up albums, they’re all worth checking out.
ACDC’s Acoustic Guitar is the first of the group’s albums to feature bassist Jeff Hanneman, and he makes a strong case for his place in the group.
In the opening track “We Can Get Together,” Hanneman uses a bass guitar to lay down a rhythmic beat, which can be seen as the group working together in the studio.
It’s not the first time Hanneman’s worked with Jeff, but it’s a nice contrast to the previous track, “The New Way.”
“We Don’t Need No Love,” on the other hand, has a darker tone that takes advantage of the bands more modern sound.
While both tracks are pretty straightforward, the band makes the most of it by adding some of their signature melodies, and the result is one of the best ACDC songs.
“I’m Not Sure,” on “The Long Way,” is a gorgeous song that features a powerful bass line and an aggressive guitar solo that will leave your jaw on the floor.
The song also features a cover of the “Buddy Holly” hit, which is a cool touch that would have been a cool addition to any ACDC album.
In addition to Hanneman and bassist Andrew Delson, the group also includes drummer Jeff Loomis, keyboardist Matt Kiely, and drummer Scott Weiland.
While the album isn’t perfect, the album as a whole is pretty enjoyable.
If you can find a copy, you won’t regret it.
Check out all the songs on Acoustic in our list of ACDC Albums cover stories.
The group will perform live in the United Kingdom on March 24th, where they will be joined by The Who.
Check our complete list of the ACDC tour dates.