I feel almost unfaithful to my teles, but I’ve had an acoustic bent of late. Not bent as in twisted, but an inclination—a leaning or proclivity towards, a penchant or preference for—playing my acoustics. In a way, it started with my most recent acquisition, a ‘70s Japanese vintage Hohner HG-14 classical guitar. Whenever a new item is added to my guitarsenal, I play it a lot. And I got that classical late September of last year. But it also has to do with the gigging situation of late. I haven’t had a paying gig since an outdoor gig December 5th, and even then, I played my Logan Custom acoustic/electric guitar on that one (going into my Fishman Loudbox Mini Charge amp). And that guitar is really fun to play unplugged. Some of y’all would probably use it like a “couch” guitar, to noodle around on while watching TV or something. I can’t use it that way. My wife gets too distracted with me playing guitar while we’re watching TV, or even if we’re just having a conversation. So a lot of times that is my guitar of choice for after she’s gone to bed, and for the better part of the month of December I played that tele-sized a/e unplugged most every night. I have several other acoustics (and/or acoustic/electrics) that I've been playing as well. But lately my inclination has been to play my guitars that remind me of my childhood: a Gretsch Jim Dandy and a Harmony Broadway H954. The former is an homage to a Stella by Harmony my Dad had in the early ‘60s, the latter to his archtop (also Harmony brand, albeit a different model from the one I have). So even though I love my teles and they're not going anywhere, for a couple of months or more it's been mostly acoustic playing for me. What about the rest of you? Anyone presently in acoustic heaven (so to speak) because you’re taking a break from electric?