I'm in my later years (65) After buying and selling many guitars, (especially in the last two years) I think I've bought my last guitar. In my youth, I had many fine instruments. 335's, Les Pauls, Martins, Fenders, etc. I bought, played, and sold them, never having a big collection. When I had to watch the money more closely, I experimented with the $400-$600 (new) range of guitars. Recently I went more high-end, buying a core model PRS, a J-45 Acoustic, and a Gretsch 6118 Annie. (all used but excellent condition) They were all fantastic, but I ended up only keeping the Gibson acoustic. I sold the PRS and the Gretsch Annie. With the proceeds, I purchased a mint Fender American Performer Strat and a Gretsch 6114 "New Jet". So with the J-45 rounding out the trio, I'm done buying. I don't play out a lot, so I don't need backups - and these three guitars cover all the bases for me. The Strat can do almost anything. And it gives me that glassy, open, jangly sweet tone. The Gibson J-45 is just a sweet acoustic that is really balanced and full. And the Gretsch covers that fat, full humbucker tone for a nice darker feel, especially when some grit or distortion is added. So I'm done buying guitars. (p.s. I almost forgot my 4th guitar, a Squier Tele that I paid $125 for. We all need to have a beater, right?) Anyone else feel this way?