Today I moved the guitars into my new house. The 'music room' - a typical 11' x 11' bedroom - is similar to the music room in the old house. But dragging all those cases in there, I thought....oh man, I have too many again. I need to cut. Before, I had the basement to store cases. Now, no basement. The problem is I have a a roster of great guitars and deciding what to cut is going to be very hard. You guys should help me, because when you read something on the interwebz it's always true and good advice. Schecter Custom Shop guitars: - Sun Valley Classic/Sunset Standard: Working man's basic guitar, kinda like a PRS SE. This thing sounds and plays great, I call it my velvet sledgehammer. I would miss it I think. - California Custom Elite: HH Super Strat thing but with a hard tail. Pretty sure I could get rid of this one and not miss it, though it is a killer guitar. It's purple flame! - Solo II Classic: I commissioned this one, and it's the greatest 'LP' I've ever played. Irreplaceable and definitely staying. - Solo Special: Like an....LP Special. So good, don't want to get rid of this one. - PT Custom: This one is a true unicorn, but I'm not sure I love it. HH, short scale, hollow drop top. Undecided. - PT Vintage: An unreal 'Tele'. Feather weight ash body, huge baseball bat neck, utterly devastating for percussive finger picking and bends and runs. Thing is I don't play it all that often, but I think I can say this one can't be replaced. - Traditional Wembley - I think everyone should have a great strat, and this is the only one I've played that can hang with my buddy's original '58. Gonna keep this one. - Avenger: Out of the box for me. Definitely not typical, but SO good and SO cool. Undecided. Gretsch: - G6228, Cadillac Green. I consider it the prettiest guitar I own. It feels vintage to me and I really like it. I'd rather keep this one. Not sure it brings anything groundbreaking to the table, but I really enjoy it and would miss it. Godin: - Summit Classic HB: Criminally underrated and an outstanding guitar, but I've got the LP thing covered already. I know it is redundant but I like it a lot. - Session HT. My always-out player. I could live without it but it is a good piece. The others are a bass and my acoustic, so those are staying. So you see my dilemma.....the only one on this list I could replace by pulling one off the wall is the Godin Session, and maybe the Gretsch. Help me!