My #1 guitar, by far. The narrowfield pickups are awesome - full on Strat flexibility with plenty of oomph. The maple neck and swamp ash body create a nice bright sound and the neck pickup has a rich bluesy sound that invokes SRV with minimal effort.
This is my go-to acoustic/electric guitar. I keep it struck with PRS 12s and really only use it for songs that I need to switch between acoustic and electric. It's red. I don't really like red guitars that much but I seem to have a lot of them.
My first PRS. Wide thin neck and 24 frets. I upgraded it to 57/08 pickups a couple of years ago and changed the tone pot to be the split coils switch. Doesn't get a lot of road time but still a nice axe.
This is my first real guitar. Not sure how many lawns I had to mow to be able to afford it. It's a Japanese-built solid mahogany guitar sold by Univox back in the early 80's. I was drawn to it by both it's color and it's pickup switching. The 5 way switching is very reminiscent of PRS-style 5 way switching with single coil in and out of phase options. It was probably the last guitar I bought till I got back into it around 2002, when I started shopping for PRSi.
I've always been a fan of Ovations because of the sound and the slightly narrower neck. I've never been much of an acoustic guy and this thing is built like a tank. I use if for all my unplugged gigs because it sounds great, never feeds back and is built like a tank, so I'm not worried about a bunch of scratches. And it's blue.
The more (but not most) recent flavor of the venerable Digitech Whammy. Tinkering with this gives me all the more respect of Joe Satriani and his amazing ability to make the Whammy sing.
The original Electroharmonix Pog. Both impressive and cool, even if the packaging is kind of boring. Of all my "experimental" pedals, this is the one I've used the most. Cool organ type effects and awesome unison-style harmonies. I have no idea where the black dots on a few of the sliders came from.