I have played the piano for more years than I care to admit
My current instrument is a Yamaha CP300 stage piano, which I like because it has the same keyboard used on the Yamaha acoustic instruments yet is fully digital, with a built in 16 track recorder and full MIDI capabilities. It is also portable! I work with all styles and genres with this instrument.
Am also a classically trained vocalist who works mostly in small and large choral ensembles. Pretty passionate about early music and have done a lot of it. Also into folk music--have studied music of Balkans, South Africa, Appalachians, shape note singing and waulking songs.
Percussion is pretty fun when there are good people to play with. I have worked with folk, West African, Middle Eastern and gamelan, and am a true beginner in bodhran.
I had to learn recorders for my teaching job. I work with early music and folk music on soprano and tenor recorder and whistles. Most recently picked up a Ukrainian double whistle in C on a trip to Kiev.
Guitar was a challenge for me in music therapy training. I know about three chords but still own my own acoustic guitar.
I just set up a nice recording studio, but I think equipment and recording software brand discussions fall outside the scope of this page :P