Replaced my old strat yesterday.
epiphone les paul. Love it. Gets much crunchier than my old girl and I think shes quite the looker.
A natural Gibson LeGrand ( http://www.musiciansfriend.com/guitars/gibson-custom-le-grande-electric-guitar ) and a Barney Jazzmaker Deluxe. ( http://www.barneyguitars.com/jazzmakerdeluxe.htm ). I also have an 89 Guild D-50 (Pre Fender!) and a Cervantes Crossover I. ( http://www.cervantesguitars.com/REVISED%20SITE/detalle%20hybrid%201.htm ) As if you couldn't tell, I'm a jazz guy, although about 30 years ago, I was a rocker. I've had 5 Les Pauls - 1 deluxe, 1 25/50th Anniversary, and 3 customs. Also had a fair share of 335's, BC Rich, and more than I care to remember. Damn those 70's! Lol.
I currently have a ESP LTD Viper, Ibanez GSA60, Jackson King V, and acoustic guitar.
I mostly use a Roland Micro amp for practice, but for shows I use Marshall Half-Stack.
GUITAR || Taylor 814ce [Acoustic/Electric - Tobacco-Burst] | Taylor 2009 Fall Limited 414ce [Acoustic/Electric - Natural] | Ultrasound Pro250 | Fender® Custom Shop® Custom Deluxe Telecaster® Special [Emerald Green - Transparent Nitro Finish] | Mesa Boogie Mark V Custom [Emerald Green] | Kamaka HF-3 [Ukulele] | Strymon TimeLine | Strymon "Flint" [Tremolo + Reverb] | DigiTech JamMan Solo | Turbo Tuner | Zaolla & Fender® Custom Shop® Cables | Studio Slips
A friend of mine has the DS4. Great amp! The Pro250 is way more than I need, but it has that natural Ultrasound sound, I don't think Ultrasound can be beat for an acoustic amp except by an AER...(for 3X$)
I was using it when I was doing the Jobim bossa thing on a classical guitar. I have since switched back to archtops and the DS4 sounds good with an archtop too. Funny you mentioned AER though. My teacher gigs with one (when he isn't using his $3700 Walter Woods head that is!) and I use it every week. I love the sound and think I will be getting one soon.
I'm not familiar with them. Looks kinda 50's retro. How does it sound? BTW - love that natural finish on the Strat!
Yeah, that is an unusual looking amp...I don't believe that I have ever seen or heard one of those...