Les Paul Standards and Rickenbackers. I have a couple of each. For the Les Pauls, they'll sit on the rack untouched for days. I'll pick one up, plug it in and play it. I'll spend a couple of hours enjoying it completely and marvelling at what a great guitar it is. Then I'll put it back on the rack and not touch it for days. Love the sound, hate the weight, much prefer the Les Paul Specials. Same with the Rics. They are really good guitars. They're strange and handle differently. Neck profiles are a bit unusual too. But they sound and play really nicely. When I play them, I love them, and then put them back on the rack. PS: Strats feel like home to me. Love SGs too but I HATE neck-diving guitars. If your SG dives, change the tuners out to the plastic knob Tulip tuners or the little white button tuners that vintage Les Paul Specials and SG Specials use. No more neck dive.