I have a samick 12-string acoustic (pretty rough, but not too bad a sound), a 'tempo' electric guitar (from like the 70's or something ... isnt really that good of a guitar, just bought if for a project), an ashton electric (has a great sound to it for a cheaper guitar, gets the job done), a yamaha nylon string acoustic (missing a peg, so its really only a 5-string at the moment), an old nylon string acoustic (not sure of the maker, but it was my grandfathers/great-grandfathers), and a washburn acoustic electric (I love the sound this guitar makes, and it wasnt too expensive). My dad has a Takamine electric/acoustic too, and it is a great sounding guitar!
I have a Kawaii, and a Yamaha. Both are reliable keyboards, and get the job done.
I have only got the ashton amp that can with my ashton electric, and for a small amp, it puts out a really good sound!
Not sure who the maker of either of the violins are, but one was my great-grandmothers violin, and it is absolutely beautiful.
Again, I do not know the maker of the saxophone, but apart from missing one of the pearl key inserts, it is in immaculate condition.
I have just recently been given an Artley clarinet to do up as a project too. This clarinet was very badly water damaged, and the corks crumbled off at the softest of touches, but since then it has been re-corked, and is now in a very playable condition.
My dad bought a Yamaha trumpet from cash converters for $50, and has fixed it up to being playable too.
That's about it for instruments that I have (and a little about what my dad has got too) but there are also the instruments that my sisters have that I didn't mention here!