I've got a slew of acoustic-ish gigs and recording coming up (me and a keyboard player) and I'm not sure what to do about a guitar. I've been trying various acoustic pickups to put in my acoustic, but I don't like anything I've found that much. In fact when I hear most acoustic steel string players live, I don't like the tone 99% of the time. Just not warm, nice to sing to, brittle, cold, etc... So I started playing semi and hollows w/ p90's trying to find something that will work. One out of 4 of the epi es339 p90 pros I've tried sounds amazing. The others not so much. I'm thinking I should just grab it because I have a few great electric guitar amps and this will give me some air and acoustic quality to go nice with these acoustic gigs. Is this a decent fit? We are playing some bigger places to fancy restaurants and I can't risk the feedback of a hollowbody (I've owned two, and they always feedback at venues). I've played gigs solo with a strat so I know a straight electric could work for me, but to have the airiness would be great. I also play in a couple bands and figure I could use this as well in that setting. Should I go for it? Or should I dive into feedback busters and hollowbodies because it's that much more acoustic? Or play with an electric les paul special type guitar for now and save for a Gibson for a while? But that would mean a few months of solidbody playing at these venues where some restaurant manager might say "Well he's playing a rock guitar, it's not the mellow acoustic vibe we are looking for" maybe ruining and getting fired from these gigs just so I could save for the "perfect" guitar? I just don't know... HELP! Any idea or experience you have could help, Thanks!