I have 7 guitars and know I'll be building more Warmoths in the future. People always ask me why I need that many: "You can only play one at a time?" I'm curious to see where others are at. I know I am not alone...
Jackson USA Soloist SL2H natural finish
Gibson Les Paul Studio Goth
Warmoth Strat (awaiting neck)
Jackson Performer PS-4 being rebirthed as a Warmoth (body and neck ordered)
Warmoth WGD (awaiting arrival and building)
Jackson Pro RR3 (eventually will be rebirthed as a Warmoth)
Warmoth Strat 2 (awaiting parts)
Ibanez SGER bass
...and it all gets plugged into a Peavey JSX 2X12 combo amp. Except the bass, that gets a Fender Rumble 60.
My # of guitars is going up and down all the time... I sold a bunch earlier this year, but I also accidentally bought almost the same amount back since then....
I think I have about 25 right now.. plus about 5 in parts.
I personally have five, two Warmoths, one Gibson SG, one Martin acoustic, and one beater Epi acoustic that I don't mind taking to the beach, or camping. However, under my roof there are six additional guitars that belong to my kids and my wife.
Just 2. I don't play out anymore, and family life is really cutting into my chops time. I still play and record when I can; but, it ain't that often anymore. Between the day job and the fact that my wife also works, and raising our daughter, we're lucky to keep the house clean. I play both my guitars equally. I have a Warmoth Les Paul, and a Hamer USA Daytona (Strat). Whether I'm after humbucking or single coil determines which one I pick up. Only one amp too. It's a GDS Amplification 18 watt kit head (clone of the 18 watt Marshalls). Cab is a 4x12 with a mixture of some old pre-Rola Celestions. Also have a pedal board with a few tone-coloring toys.
Left to Right. Yamaha Acoustic, Oscar Schmidt P-Bass, MIM Fender Strat (tweaked to hell), Washburn N4(formerly owned by Nuno Bettencourt), My Warmoth Mahogany Strat, Ibanez Jem 555 and Fender Jazz bass.
2 steelstring acoustics (Guild & Eko)
2 nylon string acoustics (Ortega & no-name)
2 Warmoth Teles
1 Epiphone Sheraton
1 Danelectro 56 Pro RI
1 Thinline Tele without a neck (currently saving up for a Warmoth neck for it)
1 Hohner Professional ST57 (lowest quality Strat copy - my first electric guitar)
3 lap steels (2 homemade, 1 Supro)
1 pedal steel
I picked it up back at Guitar Center believe it or not. Nuno lives in my area and was touring with his band Mourning Widows at the time(this is around 2000). He had stoped by and sold a bunch of his extra guitars to make some cash before the tour. I was friends with one of the employees, and he actually sold it to me at cost. It's actually a one-off N4 called a "leadbelly". It weighs nearly 10 pounds, I have no idea what makes it different, due to the weightI have a feeling it may be made of a different wood, mahogany maybe? Anyway, it's autograghed and dated on the headstock. Up until my warmoth, it was my pride and joy.