hell yeah, i play that amp with an old Ovation Tornado, so lucky to have a rare vintage guitar to work with. my bassist's dad gave it to him and he lets me play it for our band. it is, i mean, the absolute PERFECT balance to my American Tele. it has the low-end sustain and round tone to offset the high-end resonance and sharpness of the Tele, and the pickups also add this vintage sounding fuzz that makes the amp sound like it's getting more tube breakup than it really is. while i prefer using the Tele live because of its playability, and the fact that you can hear every single note in a series of distorted chords, it would not be able to function on its own in a recording because everything would come across too thin. double tracking between the Tele and the Ovation creates just, this flawless tone, the notes come out crystal clear AND with a lot of body.
Fender American Telecaster (ash body, rosewood neck)
Digitech JML2 (stereo looper) -- easy to loop a separate verse and chorus and switch between them with this thing
Boss DD-20 digital delay
-MXR Custom Badass Modified Overdrive pedal (excellent for that little push, especially when i'm looping the AC15 clean and i want to switch to something distorted without having to go turn a knob)
-Strymon El Capistan Tape Delay (seriously had just bought the DD-20 when i came across this, i wish i saved that money)
-a 1x12 speaker and a Celestion Alnico Blue speaker, so i can mix that pristine tone with the warm sounding Greenback my AC15 already has
being a musician is expensive :(