I know it's a little self-indulgent but I thought it would be fun to have a gear page so here goes.

My primary acoustic guitar is a 2005 Santa Cruz OM with Brazilian Rosewood back and sides and a Carpathian Spruce top. I also use a 2008 Gibson Advanced Jumbo which I leave in either G or Dm tuning. I use LR Baggs Anthem pickup systems on both guitars. John Perse or Martin SP phosphour bronze light gauge are my favorite strings. I use Fishman acoustic guitar amps.

When I go electric my primary guitar is a Les Paul Traditional Gold Top with P-90 pickups and a Bigsby tailpiece. I also have a Gretsch Nashville Brian Setzer model built in 2005 again with a bigsby. I currently sport GHS Boomer lights on both guitars.

As far as amplifiers go I'm a tube guy all the way. My primary amp is 5E3 Deluxe built by Torres Engineering in San Mateo, CA. The amp uses the design of the old Fender Deluxe from the late 50s. A couple of years back I picked up a Fender Eric Clapton Series Vibro-Champ. I really love this little amp. The tone both crunchy and creamy. It compliments the Les Paul very well. And it's surpisingly loud. But perhaps my coolest amp is a 1947 Magnatone Varsity which sounds great layered with the Champ.
My effects lineup is as follows: Electro-Harmonix Octave Multiplexer, Mad Professor Snow White AutoWah, Hermida Audio Zen Drive, Electro-Harmonix Big Muff Pi, Boss Slow Gear, Ibanez Analog Delay, MXR Phase 100, Boss BF-2 Flanger, Yamaha E1005 Analog Delay, Fender tube reverb. I control them all with a Voodoo Labs Pedal Switcher. I use a Voodoo Labs Amp Selector to route everything to the amps. The pedal board is a Furman SPD-8. The two things I love about this board are 1) The power supply which boasts 8 9 volt jacks and 3 120 volt outlets and 2) It has a cool patch bay which in combination with the Pedal Switcher gives me great routing options.