Our 1960s rock & roll band recently played our last gig... at our 50th high school class reunion! I'm in my late 60s and have grown tired of schlepping a heavy PA, floor monitors, guitar amp and misc. gear to and from practices and gigs. BUT, I still love music. Love to play guitar and sing. I'm turning my attention toward folk, folk-rock, roots and Americana. Hoping to get into a coffee house scene and wanted a small, all-in-one amp. Have been a long-time fan of Roland products (pedals, Jazz Chorus and Cube amps etc.) so the Acoustic Singer Live was high on my shopping list of amps. To date, at home, I've thrown the following at this little amp and it has performed brilliantly: Takamine cedar top dreadnought, Olympia 12-string (also a 'dread' size), Rickenbacker electric 12, Sennheiser dynamic mic, AKG condenser mic, an MP3 player, a Zoom recorder and a drum machine. Overall, a really great investment. Highly recommended.