I play 90% electric guitar, I'm a Tele guy, but I usually keep my first acoustic in my computer room, and it's where I do a majority of my practice. Just because of convenience I pick up the acoustic to do technique exercises and low-tempo licks that I slowly speed up with a metronome. So I was wondering if the higher string tension and thicker strings of the acoustic makes my practice more beneficial, like lifting the same amount with slightly heavier weights, or less beneficial, because my muscle memory is forming to the acoustic neck and not my electric neck? When doing legato playing exercises I have to put a lot more effort in on the acoustic to keep steady volume during hammer-ons and pull-offs, so I think that helps. Then again, I'm not as vulnerable to the ringing harmonics or open strings brought out by an overdriven electric, so those are harder to cope with when I switch back to my Tele. What are your thoughts? What do you practice with? Thanks!