(the oldest and most expensive, from 1972, a Gibson walnut 6 string-electric; I used it in my public band days from 1973-2002)
(a 12 string Yamaha acoustic–duplicates the Stones’ “As Tears Go By” and “Angie” sound)
(a 2002 6 string Tofino from Montreal’s McKenzie-Marr team who won their bid to start their company on Dragon’s Den, even persuading hard-headed Kevin O’Leary)
(the 2017 Rickenbacker 330 electric 12 string, which effectively captures the 1964-68 sounds of The Beatles, The Byrds, The Searchers, The Hollies, and The Turtles)
Different sounds for different songs, played thru an olde ’60s Fender Super-Reverb with a 1990 Alesis drum machine.
Elsewhere, musically, I am going to be back at the Edmonton Record Collectors’ Sale at the end of the month with a good range of oldie LPs–sealeds, signeds, and many vintage Spoken Word albums featuring many oldie poets, writers, and performers.