In addition to electric guitars I've been making some acoustic guitars and other instruments. Here is a list.
El Gato Guitar
El Gato was my first acoustic guitar. Since I wasn't confident at making guitar necks at the time, it has a bolt-on neck (made by all-parts). I also didn't understand the need to keep the bridge light and instead used a metal bridge from an electric guitar. This makes the guitar quieter than it needs to be. The sides are also thicker (about an inch) as I wasn't sure how thin I could make them. So the guitar is also quite heavy.
My daughter owns this guitar. Maybe I'll replace the bridge some day.
El Oso Classico
This was my second acoustic guitar and was much more successful. This is a classical nylon string guitar with a full 25 inch scale but a shorter body and still has a nice sound. It also has double-cutaways to access the higher frets.
All mahogany with a cedar soundboard. The neck has a titanium rod for support and it also seems to help it resonate the sound into the sound box.
I called it "El Oso" (the bear) because it kind of looks like a bear face when you look at it. This is my favorite acoustic guitar and I will probably never part with it.
La Piña Tenor Ukulele
This is a tenor ukulele with a pineapple carved back made from a piece of mahogany with a spruce soundboard. I played it for a summer then decided to sell it. Hopefully the new owner is enjoying it.
I used a Merlin 2 mini-angle grinder to do the carving. (If you get one of these, throw away the mini-chain saw. It is too dangerous to use.)
La Rosa Guitar
La Rosa Grande Guitar
Infinito Tenor Guitar
This is a four nylon string acoustic guitar with a 21 inch scale length. It is slightly longer than a baritone ukulele and is tuned the same as the high four strings of a standard guitar. I've built two of these, one with a cedar soundboard and the other with a spruce soundboard.
This is called "Infinito" because if you look at it you will see the infinity curve in a few locations.
El Oso 12 String
Prima Balalaika (in design)
This is my interpretation of the Russian folk classic. The body is made of alternating walnut and maple, with a walnut neck, spruce soundboard and rosewood fretboard. The wood for the body is carved rather than bent.