A wonderful collection, it must bring you a lot of pleasure.
I'm as bass player, just starting out with 6 string guitars, so my main collection is bass guitars. Long time passed I have had various 'top of the range' basses - I've had a Warwick, a Fender Precision, a Status and a brace of Rickenbackers. I changed to Hohner active basses in the late 80s early 90s and still haven't found anything I like better at any price. I have two of them, a B bass and a Jack bass. I also have a brace of Trace Elliot heads, sidewinder cabs and a Hartke combo. All this accumulated over a far longer period than I care to disclose.
As for six strings, as a beginner and wanting to try various models, I have gone for quantity rather than quality. The list in embarrassingly long, if not costly:
Guitars- Epiphone Prophesy GX, Antoria ES335 (I've had that one for 30 years, and I have to admit it sounds staggeringly good), Squier HSS Affinity Stratocaster, Harley Benton 450L Plus*, and a real cheapy - a Lidl western acoustic guitar.
Amplifiers- Fender Mustang 3 Mk1, and a secondhand Roland Cube 60.
* one of my very best friends and one of the two lead guitars in my last band really rates this bargain basement guitar. He says that it is a close to his original 1960 reissue Les Paul as a copy can reasonably get. He also loves the Lidl acoustic; when he was here over Christmas he hardly put it down. From this I take away the lesson that sometimes you can get a heck of a lot more than you pay for.