Originally Posted by BraveHeartFan
Give me a good old fashioned one any day.
I do have a nice, cheap sadly, acoustic that I badly need to learn to play but I've never taken the time to actually dedicate to learning to play it. I've only had it about 4 years now and still can't play a single song.
I need to finally get down to learning that.
If you really want to learn, get rid of the cheap. Cheap guitars are harder to play and don't sound very good. The frustration will make you quit before you should.
You can get a good acoustic for about $1000. And, keep in mind that no two acoustic guitars are exactly the same. Same wood, same style, same model, and same manufacturer does not always translate to the same sound. Play a bunch of them and trust your fingers and your ears to tell you which one to buy.