The idea that there is a "best" combination of guitar and amp is simply nonsense. There are tons of great combinations with a CU24, or any guitar, and personal taste rules.
There is no best. There is only what is best for you.
I do a lot of recording professionally with my CU24. I've owned various iterations of the model since 1991. A good amp is guitar-agnostic. The idea that an amp has to be matched to a guitar is mythology. Any fine amp works just as well with a CU24 as it does with any other fine guitar. It's simply a matter of personal taste.
The question isn't whether a guitar and an amp are somehow a prearranged match. The question is whether you, the individual player, like the tone of the amp, and whether you like the tone of the guitar.
Currently I have two Mesa amps (Fillmore, Lone Star 100W), have owned many others, including the MkV, the Maverick, the Blue Angel, the Tremoverb (precursor to the Road King). In addition I currently own two of the hand-wired PRS amps (HXDA and DG30), have owned Two-Rocks, Bogners, Fender and many others. My experience with amps goes back to the late 1960s.
You know what my favorite amp to play the CU24 through is? The DG30. No, wait...maybe it's the HXDA. Hang on, it could be the Fillmore or Lone Star...you get the picture.
My choice of amps actually will depend on the needs of the song.
I mention my background because I play through lots of amps, from modern to vintage, and the CU24 hasn't met an amp it didn't sound great with, provided I like the tone of the amp in the first place. Nor have any of my other PRSes (I think I've had around 35 of them, and currently have 6).
The last thing anyone looking for an amp should do is take the advice of strangers on the internet without a large grain of salt (including my advice!). If you're not sure about the amp you like best, don't sit on your rear end and listen to the advice of people whose music, skill levels, and experience you know nothing about! You have unique tastes, unique playing style, unique hands, and a unique brain. Use that combination of uniqueness to choose your amp.
You might listen to some internet demos to narrow down your amp choices, but fergodsakes, then go out and play through the amps with your guitar. That's the only sure-fire way you'll know what works for you.
Also be aware that the CU24 has powerful volume and tone controls that can be used with the controls on most amps to shape the tone to be what you hear in your head.
I use the guitar controls and tone controls on my single-channel amps to get exactly what I want. There's no mystery to this stuff. It's just a matter of what you want to hear. If what you want to hear can't be dialed in on Amp A, move on to Amp B, etc., until you can find what you want.