If this is a serious question, maybe a Pignose or something that you could put on the coffee table or whatever so you can settle in to working out those chromatic runs while binge watching “The Office” or for your football Sundays. I mean, I know the playoffs are coming up.
But, I know, you’re working out your Axe FX >TONE< while answering the eternal question, “how can [football team] get in the playoffs with a 7-9 record.” Oops, I almost forgot…the name of the football team actually is…“Football Team!”
(If you get this joke, please explain it to the ones who don’t. I definitely prefer “Football Team” to the old name, by the way…).
So, let’s see…options…you’re going wireless, so if you were an absolute maniac, you could get a separate wireless receiver, Axe FX, and amp in each room, and then get a Ground Control (or two or three) and chain the MIDI together so the patch changes hit each unit. You could hire a guitar tech to set it up and hand you another guitar whenever your tuning is drifting, or for song changes which require different tunings.
I like the 2,000 watt outdoor QSC’s for when you walk the dog. Maybe you can subcontract to the community to be part of the Emergency Broadcast System or for Tsunami/Earthquake warnings. Are you doing “All Request Fridays?”
More serious option: maybe get a cheap ($50) amp off of Craigslist for a corner in each room and keep a cable by it, ready to go. I actually think that’s a decent option. It gives you the capability to pull them all in one room and daisy chain them together from your MM4 and CE-3 for quadrophonic chorus.
Best option (already mentioned) is a “knock around” acoustic, in my opinion. But anyway…
Serious option if you’re only slightly maniacal: Since you’re already going wireless, you could wire the place for sound – getting a small speaker in each room and running cables. If you did this in stereo, you’d have a nice little playback setup for entertaining, just in time for the Super Bowl. And you could play guitar during the commercials.
I know, the Super Bowl commercials are the best part (unless the Steelers are playing!).