WOW...Quite an impressive collection John , my modest collection cannot match that, but I like the resonator guitar, I have a resonator mandolin which is my little baby. But I have some world percussion & world flutes to complement my strings , my harps are my favourite strings. But my electronic gear and PC software add to the noise , but there is not enough time in the day to do it all justice. Keep in the Zone John.
In my chair these early hours, my ugly bearded old mugshot . Listening to some American radio hams on the 4th. July eve, puffing on my Blakemar poker pipe some Uncle Tom's tobacco raising a glass of my best Welsh Whisky to Uncle Sam & my American family & friends , God Bless America, Long Live Her Majesty, God Bless the Prince of Wales. Cheers, Iechyd da.
They are new, I found the 12 string & 21 string Celtic Rosewood harps & 10 wire string lacewood & rosewood lyres on eBay , and the resonator Ashbury mandolin was on Amazon....I hope that helps. antb.....my Zenko tongue Hand drum was from Thomann, I have a small collection of guitars in my strings, my little travel Hofner lead & bass electric guitars are neat. I like my little cube portable amplifier, I often like small petite instruments, that are portable or battery operated if electronic. I have a petite sopranino recorder, and a tiny High Spirits Native American flute amongst my bigger alto's & tenors & bass, recorders & Native American , also some world percussion . I was originally into electronic music gear and PC software synth music, as an old E&E engineer, but got smitten by traditional world acoustic instruments. I would like a Chinese Guqin & Quzheng , and even an Indian Sitar one day, beautiful works of art as well as exquisite music. The Chinese bambooflutes are beautiful and sound wonderful too, the dizi & Xiao. Also the Indian bamboo Bansuri flutes make a wonderful sound. Enjoy whatever music you enjoy at the moment , there is always tomorrow.