#1
Basically i love these guys, but i don't own an acoustic and so far Gabriela's parts are proving very tricky to learn. This is probably due to the new technique, but would it be advisable to pick up an acoustic for this?
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You can do the majority of things you do on an acoustic on an electric but this is probably one of those exceptions. To nail their songs you're going to need that percussive attack thing you do on the body of the acoustic that you just can't do on an electric.

I think that every guitarist should have an acoustic just by due course anyways. Always great to have around.

Take a look at Tanglewood acoustics, Blue Ridge if you can find them and then just the obvious such as Yamaha FG series and then upwards to Taylor's etc depending on your budget.
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