So, I have a ‘67 Ice Blue Metallic Fender Coronado Bass II that I never play. I’ve had it for a few years and never really bonded with it. But it’s an all original ‘60s Fender in great condition, original case, etc. A basically new (demo, ~1 hour of play time) G6136T-59GE Vintage Select 1959 Falcon reissue in vintage white came up for sale locally, and the guy is interested in doing a straight swap for the Coronado Bass. I’m torn because, on the one hand, the bass is a relatively rare (though also somewhat obscure) vintage instrument in an even more rare color, but on the other hand, I don’t play it, and initially only bought it with the intent to flip it. I have other basses that I *do* play regularly. I do already have a hollowbody guitar (Epiphone Emperor), but it’s definitely not a Gretsch, and falls *way* short of the quality of a Falcon. So, I’d like opinions. Should I make the trade, rare vintage instrument for a modern “very nice, but off-the-rack” Falcon? Or should I hold onto the vintage guitar, sell some other lesser items/save my pennies/etc. and buy a higher end Gretsch sometime down the road? Picture of the two guitars in question attached. Thanks in advance.