If your acoustic guitar has steel strings and not nylon, you can buy a Dimarzio soundhole pickup - like an electric guitar pickup with a spring mount that holds it in the soundhole - and plug that into your amp. It works off the magnetic properties of the strings rather than the vibrations through the wood of the body - like a piezo pickup in some acoustic/electrics - and so it'll give you an electric sort of sound. It probably won't give you the exact sounds you mentioned because those are made with solid body guitars with 2 or more pickups, but it'll be closer.
Then you could maybe get a Line6 POD or a Behringer V-Amp and plug your guitar into that to get massive, overdriven rock amp sounds through your headphones or hi-fi system.
I recorded a couple of tracks using an Epiphone acoustic 12-string with an old Stratocaster pickup in the soundhole (I made a disk out of cardboard so it would hold the pickup in the soundhole), and though it was nasty looking, it gave me some pretty convincing 60s sort of electric 12-string sounds when played through my POD. I don't have the tracks up online anywhere, but they sounded pretty electric.
Give it a try, it might be fun