Couldn't track down a photo of any of mine in a reasonable time...so will pull them out tomorrow and snap a couple. Been too long since the electric was out anyway. The full compliment here is...
 Eko Ranger XII Vintage acoustic (the re-issue, but without the fancy modern stuff like the tuner - think that's basically the difference between the Vintage or not). Full acoustic 12-string.
 Encore (144-BL I think is the model) 6 string Dreadnought acoustic - and lives up to the name of the body type...that sucker is loud!
 Thomson made clone of an early 70s Ovation - which to me always sounded far better than the guitar it was based on. That's a six string electro-acoustic (complete with really scratchy tone lot I really need to fix). Can't for the life of me remember the model.
Finally an Ibanez Roadstar (or Roadster... can't remember which off hand) II electric. Debatably the prettiest instrument in the house, and in the right hands it can do the business as well - just remember to wear the shoulder strap as it weighs a ton! Both of the last two I inherited from my father so definitely won't be going anywhere as they're one of the few things that still connects me back to the time before his health went south in the mid 90s.
Plus there's of course the Hammond T-212 organ downstairs which is a good conversation starter if ever there was one!
We've actually got a second Ranger XII here too thinking about it as we bought one for my father only a year or so before he passed away...I should really look for a new home for that one (or pick one out if one plays better than the other!). I do recall de-tensioning the strings before it was packed away though...just can't remember where!
Let's face it...if I ever break a leg, I'll not be stuck for an instrument to perfect my technique on!
Funnily enough, what ability I do have was mostly built over the course of one week a few years ago. Remember that panic over the swine flu outbreak? Guess who caught it and got told not to leave his flat for a week! ...when virtually all my electronics gear was at my parent's place. I felt fine after about a day (felt like a really mild case of the flu to me), but was told to stay put at all costs. I was climbing the walls...so picked up the guitar, and could strum away sounding mostly tuneful by the time I could escape!