My first guitar was a 3/4 size nylon strung acoustic. I love it and it's my most travelled guitar. I also have a full size steel strung acoustic, but I find the strings too much for my fingers to take. It's also got a slightly warped neck which makes it almost impossible to keep in tune for longer then ten minutes at a time! It was my brother-in-law's guitar that he took all over Europe, and he was going to leave it behind when he moved house, so hubby rescued it for me! However, my baby of guitars is my electric Les Paul lite! I spent months paying for the d**n thing and tried so many guitars before settling on it. It's purple with a marbled effect on it, is so much lighter than any other guitar I've held, including my dad's 1970 Telecaster which he thinks is very light
, and has a beautiful rich sound.
I have a hard case for my baby acoustic, because it got damaged travelling in a soft case, a stand for the full size (it's more for display than playing) and a gigbag for my electric. I have a set of plectrums, some that live in the gigbag (for the electric) and some live in the storage box in the hardcase for the acoustic, then general stuff like straps, electric tuner with pitch pipe, and all the gear that goes with the electric, like wires, practise amp, gig amp, etc. I don't have any books, as when I can afford lessons again, all the info goes in a guitar folder, and I have a song folder full of tabs and chord lists downloaded from the net, and things I've composed myself in an exercise book.