I'm a generic as fuck guitarist, but generally I'm in love with everything that has strings, bars or keyboards. I also adore wind instruments, trumpets in particular. Still, if I had to pick an instrument that can't have strings, I'd probably go for the good old harmonica.
So I haven't really even tried to play an instrument in ages, and I've never been good at it, but right now I'm pretty interested in Digital Audio Workstations just for the whole "Do literally everything yourself with your computer" aspect. I downloaded the demo version of Reason and when I have more time I want to dick around with it a bit.
I'm also a sucker for melodic rock and metal that makes use of synthesizers and strings. So I guess synthesizers are my favorite instrument.
Hey I play saxophone too! I got a lot of instruments, and there are a ton that I'd love to learn. The one I wish I had always tried though was the oboe. I find the instrument absolutely marvelous and unique in its tone and timbre. The real reason I want to learn it though would be to get my hands on this thing:
This is the English horn. Its in the double reed family and shares many similarities with the oboe. The attractive thing to me is that it sounds precisely like the oboe but is about an octave lower. It lands in that realm of not too low that you only feel it but not too high it pierces your brain.
Use to play the flute in middle school and had some interest in woodwinds. I got me a shitty metal fife and a irish tin whistle. Something, about the irish tins sound is intoxicating. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OkLOR1GUpjw