>Although it would be interesting to see how I adapt to this limitation, one song I would play the first half on guitar and the second half switch to keyboard which may be visually impressive
That's actually a pretty neat idea. I haven't seen many (if any? I can't remember) artists doing that in a solo performance before. Would be a neat twist.
>I wonder how exactly does my guitar playing is similar to your style?
I dunno, that's kind of an intangible thing. Just reminded me of late nights strumming away on my acoustic writing songs. None of the parts were too complicated really and most of it was chord-strumming but there's some interesting parts nonetheless, that's kind of how my guitar parts end up sounding.
> I essentially have to edit a lot of my songs, cutting out for example a guitar solo I like or a guitar riff or a keyboard part etc because it is incompatible with a solo performance.
This, on the other hand I do the opposite of. I usually write songs just for myself and my guitar and because of that I end up cramming the songs overly full of wordy lyrics and odd vocal melodies since otherwise the song sounds too stripped down when I play it. But when adapting that to be played by a band it becomes quite tricky for me to arrange other instruments around that since there are few "holes" (so to speak) in the arrangement for other instruments to make a mark on the song.