Not really sure which sub-forum this should go in, but.... I've been playing with some folks, lately, that play a lot of 70's covers (Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, etc.). I've really been avoiding playing the acoustic. I have one (actually a couple -- this is TGP!), but they're dreadnaughts, and I've been focused on playing the electric; typically a Tele. I know a guitar is a guitar, but I really feel awkward with an acoustic. I would never claim I have a 'style', but I've sort of fallen into a technique that works for me -- hybrid picking, triad voicings....But this doesn't work to well on the acoustic, and my pure flatpicking is really rusty. Here's the question, I guess: have some of you simply ignored playing the acoustic on songs / styles that could use it? Or did taking a detour and/or really focusing on the acoustic expand your playing? I have limited time to practice play and want to maximize improvement.