My favourite acoustic artist is Andy McKee, and I really want to be able to play that sort of thing, but as you may know he probably isn't the best place to start. What artists or songs are simpler and easier to learn, and what sort of thing would I be working towards before moving on to Andy McKee's stuff? I've never owned an acoustic and have only played one a few times, but I've been playing electric for two and a half years, so I'm not starting completely from scratch.

Thanks for any suggestions!
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Try starting with Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin it might be a little hard tho but i don't know how good you are or if you just started
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I'd recommend songs like 10 Years - So Long, Goodbye, and Silhouette of a Life. Green Day's Good Riddance, stuff like that.
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