I used to collect musical instruments and although I've been selling off for a while, I still have far too many of them.
My main Guitar is a Fleeson. Other classical guitars I use regularly are a lovely prewar short scale German or Austrian with X bracing (one of these days I'm gonna string it up with gut) and a couple of cheap but suprisingly good Romanian made Hora guitars, perfect as backup in case of string breaks and for rough settigns where I don't want to risk one of my more valuable instruments.
I also have a German made 12 string Swedish lute (with an oval body and six bass drone strings). Unfortunatley the bridge has come off so it's not playable at the moment.
Nylon stringers I don't really have any use for are a couple of Levins, a GIannini with laminate top (but still quite nice tone) and more Horas. Also a battered old Eko and a Leif Hansson Serenad which I think is supposed to be strung with nylon but sounds best with electric guiatr strings(!) but I don't suppose those count.
Steel stringed acoustics, too many to mention them all but three lovely Levin flattops, two equally lovely Levin archtops, two Höfner President archtops, A Framus archtop, a Halden archtop and a strange but wonderful Østbu that somehow has more of the characteristics of a classical guitar even if it's strung with steel.
I quit playing lute long ago for several reasons but I still have a six course Lars Tørressen renaissance style treble lute left.
Last edited by Frank Nordberg on Thu Jan 24, 2019 5:18 pm, edited 1 time in total.