Hey all, so recently purchased a 2004 g5128t. Has motivated me to consider investing in a decent amp, but perhaps not right away--need time to save up after buying the guitar! in the meanwhile, though, i'd like to bridge the amp gap with something inexpensive but better (should be easy) than my current 10 watt peavey practice amp. I've been looking around and one amp available to me locally for about $80 CDN is a 15-watt Fender Acoustamatic. financially speaking, that's not a stretch for me, so long as it is decent. And yes, for sure, I would ask to plug in and give it a whirl before purchasing; but I wonder if anyone has experience along the lines of using a hollow-body electric into an acoustic amp, especially this specific model. Other relevant points/considerations: * I do not gig. 15-watts volume-wise is sufficient (but perhaps larger amps can provide better overall sound?) * I do, nonetheless, like the idea of portability--especially in a post-COVID environment * My idea of my forever-amp is likely in the range of $350--400 (but i'm in no immediate hurry) * Not sure if I will look at a tube amp or a modelling amp. I don't see it going any larger than a 30-watt. I mention the last point (and sub-point) because I could see myself keeping a smaller, portable amp such as the Fender for travel and such. It does not necessarily become redundant with the eventual purchase of my forever-amp. (yeah, 'forever' can be a misleading term, i know, haha!) So there's my spiel. Really interested in hearing what other folks have to say, especially about the idea of an acoustic amp fed by a hollow body Gretsch. Thanks in advance all!