#1
I really like this type of stuff, but realized I have none of it in my itunes. All my music also got wiped recently so I have literally nothing left.

I liked Paul Gilberts Acoustic Samurai album, Tenacious D (I know it's comedy, but I actually like the sound and rhythm of the songs, too), Frank Turner, stuff like that.
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#3
Are you looking for technical talent, or good acoustic songwriters?
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#5
Check out Vertical Horizon. Not sure if they're really "acoustic rock", but their first couple of albums were mostly acoustic and even their later albums which use a full band are still pretty amazing.
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Try Rodrigo y Gabriela. They are an acoustic rock duo with metal influences. Their covers of One, Orion and Stairway to Heaven are definitely worth checking out although all of their music is top notch.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodrigo_y_Gabriela

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Are you looking for technical talent, or good acoustic songwriters?

Anything, really. Like I said in OP, I liked Paul Gilbert (shred guitarist) acoustic album, also digging Frank Turner (regular acoustic rock). Can't really tell much else because I don't know much other acoustic. I've been digging up so much electric overdriven rock for so long, I don't have much of an acoustic collection.
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