#1
So I'm looking at vintage electric semi-hollow bodies and some of the ones i'm interested in only have one pickup.. not sure if this is a bad or a good thing.. I'm going for a 60's vintage guitar sound, similar to the sound The Brian Jonestown Massacre gets from their vintage guitars.

I've been looking at this on ebay..
http://cgi.ebay.com/Harmony-Rocket-Vintage-Electric-Guitar-late-1950s_W0QQitemZ120097475718QQcategoryZ2384QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

What amp would you suggest to go with something like this?
#2
Your title is irrelevant, well I'm gonna answer the tiltle anyway. The advantage is more versatility. I think less pickups mean less feedback, or atleast thats why I think malcolm from AC/DC removed two of his.
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#4
malcom young removed his pickups because he didnt use them. the feedback is because it is a semihollow.
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#5
Ha yeah I just realized I went off onto another subject.. Thanks for the quick response guys..