I know, I know, it's wrong. I have spent most of my guitar-playing life picking away at acoustics. But For the last 5 years I've played electric almost exclusively and it feels good. I now only use an acoustic when I have to - when a recording wouldn't sound quite right with anything else. But I'm not gonna be dishonest about it any more. Unless it's some old blues dude banging away at it like a gypsy on a tambourine, as Randy Newman would say, I just don't really like the sound of acoustic guitars. I especially hate those strummy troubadours who use it like an emotion-meter - like when they strum quietly they're being "sensitive" and when they wallop those strings it signifies the moments when their girfriend really treated them badly and they felt it more deeply than the rest of us ever could. It's a cheap trick and I hate it. (Except when I do it it's okay) I love lots of people who play acoustics, love their songs, their singing, their records. But I just don't want to play the damn things any more. Damn strummy thrummy things with no distortion or pedals or amps with flashing lights. I have a really nice Crafter and it hangs just right on the wall. But the sound of it doesn't excite me. I have played all kinds of acoustics over the years and they (steps into bomb shelter and shuts door) all sound the damn same to me. There, I've said it. So, kids. It's okay not to like acoustics. Or is it?