My modest stable includes guitars that come out for different purposes: - PRS SE 24, main guitar for gigs with band ('60s surf/"crime jazz" etc); - Eastwood baritone, for selected surf, spaghetti Western, tic-tac bass & more; - Tele (kit) 12-string, for... 12-string! - Squier Strat, bridge p/u for country/rockabilly with "teeth" (jamming, backing trax); - Ibanez hollow body for jazzy 'cocktail' trio (currently getting all my attention); - Nylon-string classical for that sound (haven't played it in 2-3 years). Three other electrics I love — an old Harmony solid body, a new Tagima jazzmaster style, and a '94 Ibanez Talman. They have their own special qualities and they get played as much as any of the others. Mostly I just like 'em. The 1970 Harmony I mostly use for jazz tones(!) though it also has unique vintage-y tones for rock n roll and blues (for jazz, it's been mostly supplanted by the new hollow body). The Talman recently came out of closet 'retirement' when I thought to try bigger strings on it—which made it much, much more usable to me. Will be backup to the PRS. Terrific, well-made all-around electric guitar but is too heavy—heaviest of all my guitars. The Tagima jazzmaster with P90's, bought new a few months ago, has the widest variety of available tones, all good, I love it but it hasn't "plugged in" to a dedicated role. It covers a lot of ground, has #1 potential.