I thought it might be fun to give everyone a choice of one of three guitars to pair with a 1976 Deluxe Reverb to see which one most folks pick. I have no plans to get rid of any of these, so your answer is not being factored into any decision to keep or discard. This is just for fun, as I'm interested to see everyone's opinion. As stated, the amp is fixed: a SF Deluxe Reverb with a GA-SC64 speaker. Here are the three guitars to choose from: 1996 Fender Tex-Mex Stratocaster with Seymour Duncan SSL-1s in neck and middle and Seymour Duncan Texas Hot Antiquity in bridge. 9.5 in. radius and medium-jumbo frets. Mods: bridge with modern string spacing, Callaham saddles, a new Ping tremolo block, and Callaham tremolo springs. Tusq nut. All CTS pots, CRL switch, and Switchcraft output jack. 2011 FSR Telecaster with Seymour Duncan Antiquity neck pickup and Cavalier Nocaster Lion in the bridge. 9.5 in. radius and medium-jumbo frets on a modern C-shaped neck. Mods: 4-way switch and vintage-style tuners. Tusq nut. Callaham compensated brass saddles. 2014 Epiphone '56 Les Paul Pro with Epiphone Pro P-90s. 12 in. radius and medium-jumbo frets on a fat 50's-style neck. Mods: Gotoh bridge and stop piece. Switchcraft output jack. Which guitar would you choose to play, and why?