I've currently got 5 Tele or Tele-like guitars, and 2 Esquire-like guitars. 3 of the Teles and one of the Esquires see the most amount of play. I'm also using a shortboard more than my big board. It has a tuner, my scratchbuilt Rat that I've had for ages, a mini trem (Trelicopter, I think), Donner Yellow Fall delay, and TC Elec HOF 2. It's powered by a One Spot, and is mostly quiet, except for some noise (in bypass) from the Trelicopter, but only if the amp is more overdriven. I'm mainly splitting amp time between a recently acquired Katana 50 and an even more recently acquired Vox MV50 Boutique. I only really use the Katana either set to clean or crunch, and toggle between the two with an old Marshall two button footswitch. The MV50 Boutique is set to just give a smidge of OD. I've put it through about 5 or 6 different 12s, and some really seem to work better than others - current faves are an Emi Cannabis Rex and Lil Texas. The LT was also recently acquired, so it's yet to be broken in. When it is, it's possible that it could be my favorite with the MV50 Boutique. ...I got those two amps for portability, consistency, and maintenance reasons, but I'm finding that I can get really good tones out of them. It's just taking a little time to get everything adjusted for the best sonics. The Katana is an amazing package for the price, IMO. I got the Vox used (in mint condition) off reverb.com for significantly less than new, otherwise I probably wouldn't have bothered. It's amazing how loud that tiny thing can get, and retain a fairly tight low end (with the right speaker). The other thing that should probably be amazing but it's not (to me) - the Rat sounds fantastic thru both amps. With the Kat 50, that actually provides me with 3 "channels" - clean, crunch, and completely overdriven. IMO, it blows away the higher gain OD that's built into many of these amps. I've got a couple of tube amps that barely do heavy OD better, but both need to be stupid loud. Needless to say, they see very little use.