Wow. After reading through that I will sleep well tonight knowing that the world is not going to run out of amps soon. In order of acquisition mine are:
Late 50s Gibson Gibsonette. 2 6V6 volume only. Great little amp. Dean Markley CD 60. Currently on sabbatical until I get it serviced. More amp then I will ever need again and heavy but I bought it new in 1984 and probably couldn’t get much for it so I guess it’s a keeper.
Edit: knew I’d forget one. Fender SS Princeton 65. Took some resoldering to get it reliable and a darker sounding speaker to tame the spikey top end but it’s a great amp to grab for a jam or get together when I don’t want to baby sit my vintage or new stuff. Lots of volume and the gain channel ain’t bad if you don’t turn it up too far. See, not a tube snob. VHT Special 6. Really like this amp but mine has been unreliable since day one. Vintage Sound 15. Wonderful gift from my family this year. Loving it!
Cabinets: diy 1x15 Pine open back with vintage Jensen PR15
2x12 closed back diy off CL. Loaded w/2 square mag Eminence 12s (70s era)
My buddy gave me a 60s era Supro widow maker in severe disrepair. Can’t recall the model name (edit:Bantam) but it has an oddball power tube. Wish I had the skills or knew somebody that could make this thing into something useful but I don’t so it will probably gather dust.
6 working guitar amps and 1 bass amp.
My homebuilt 6v6 amp gets the most use.
Homebuilt 6l6 gets used mostly for outdoor events.
Modded Pro Jr mostly for jams.
MV 50 clean is great as a backup, for practice, and for church.
Two of them are low watt tube amps a friend built for me and the 3rd is a small off brand solid state amp I found at a garage sale for peanuts. I can't even remember the brand name, but for the money it sounds pretty decent.