Am familiar with the 5150s. I was always more of a (and still am if i had gear) Les Paul through a Marshall guy lol!! My favorite axe i had was an Epiphine Les Paul that i found in a used music shop. Was a gorgeous quilted blue top but the real kicker was someone had put replaced the usual Alnico humbuckers with Hotrails humbuckers. Yeah, that baby SCREAMED!!! But way back in the day i had a big purple destroyer that had sustain for days....but **** it sucked for long jam sessions since i weighed about as much as my truckPariah said:The black explorer shape is an ESP LTD EX-400BD. Kind of hard to come by these days and when you can find them they command a premium. Usually far more than they were new. They were extremely well built guitars and came stock with EMG 81/60 pickups, Grover tuners and Earvana compensated nut. Mine is stock except I did the 18v mod on the EMGs. It's been my main guitar for close to 20 years and it's got the road rash to prove it.
The red one is indeed a Mockingbird. BC Rich Mockingbird Contour Deluxe. Also a very well built and discontinued like the other guitar. The stock Hot Hex pickups aren't the best, but they came with coil splitting, which makes it very versatile.
For years I used a Peavey 5150 half stack, but I ended up selling it when we moved to the lower 48 due to not having room in the U-haul for everything. A few years ago I did pick up a Bugera 6262 half stack (Peavey 6505+ clone). Absolutely insane amp and if you're unfamiliar, a 6505+ is basically a successor to the original 5150 and 6505. Absurdly loud as well. 120w all tube, which I modded to 60w so it would saturate a little earlier.