I got all 3, but I have an advantage that I bought my first Jazzmaster last week and have been obsessively tweaking it and trying to figure out its sound. Though as I was doing that, and thinking it has a unique middle tone, I pulled out my Tele and realised the middle position, which I never use on a Tele, sounded almost identical. The Strat middle position was a giveaway, as it's a single pickup. And I feel a Tele bridge is a bit darker. But the bridge and neck differences could all be wiped out with different pickup choices or subtle changes to tone settings. So while I felt confident, I wouldn't have been surprised if I got the Tele and Jazzmaster mixed up. Luckily tone isn't why I have a variety of Fender single coil guitars. Different feels, weights, scale lengths, vibrato/tremolo systems, string gauges, neck shapes, switching options are all meaningful to me. But also the history of them, who played them, the music associated with different ones, the iconic designs, and yes, even different colours all justify having more than one guitar for me. Even though I could probably play everything I want to play on any one of them (at least the ones with a whammy bar for surf stuff). They all hang on the wall of my home office and when not being played I think of them as artworks as much as tools to make music.