My gear is for producing my own arrangements of jazz and blues standards from 1920 to 1965, and some original compositions as 'Coyoteman Hendrix' and more recently as "Vox Kojote". I perform these in solo gigs, "chanson style" with solo vocal and guitar.
For recordings and performance, I have enjoyed a staight, 'unplugged' acoustic configuration using the AT835b Shotgun Microphone as an instrument mic as well as my AudioTechnica 3035 Conderser mic for vocals - both these function off the 15 volts phantom power from my Kustom Profile System One PA. In addition, the setup I have used most recently exploits the DUAL OUTPUT of the Ovation acoustic-electric guitar: (1) for the unadulterated acoustic sound, I run a standard (low Z, 3 conductor) XLR cable from the guitar to the Kustom PA system (which provides phantom power to the guitar) or play with a true acoustic sound into the AT 835b Shotgun Microphone; (2) for a bigger guitar sound, I use the ATW-RO3 Guitar Wireless System (which allows me to do a gig completely free of
material connections between my guitar and the system) or I run a 1/4" standard guitar cord(phone jack with mono plug) from the guitar to the OC-3 Octave pedal. I set the Octave pedal on "polyphonic" so I can play full chords with harmonic effects. the OC-3 produces a direct (unaltered) output and a "bass" output. I run TWO short standard guitar cables from the two outputs of the OC-3 to the stereo volume pedal; from the volume pedal, I run TWO standard guitar cables to two different channels on the PA. This setup allows me to play with a balanced acoustic sound when accompanying my own vocals, but when I play an instrumental section as for an introduction, solo or simply guitar licks, I can lean on the volume pedal and get a fat, rich, interesting guitar sound with bass sounds 1 octave below the guitar.