In preparation for my retirement, I have decided to thin out and tailor my guitar collection. It have taken me a lot of thinking and some tough desitions on what can stay and what has to go. So far I have been able to sell my Marshall DSL 100H and 4X12 cab. I know this is almost sacrilege but I traded my 12 Gibson DT SG for a 15 EVH Wolfgang Stealth and $400 cash. I sold my Epiphone Casino and LP Gold Top Standard. I did sell my Jackson JS32. Gone are my Takamine Jumbo Acoustic, Marshall Class 5 head and my Orange Micro Terror. I got a tempting offer on the 98 Jackson RX10D (Blue), but I have really bond to it so I coul not let it go. I have collected $2,400 and a guitar. With a few bucks in my pocket, I went to GC and got me a Line 6 Spider IV 150. I want to try it and see how it goes, if not I will return it. The wife was not to happy about the new amp but that all changed when she so the $1,900 left. I am debating selling my all Fenders and my Jackson DK2M. Now to tailor the stable and tinker with; I would like to get a third Gibson SG Special preferably 90's or early 2000's. So what you think, is this a momentary lapses of craziness or it is a rational dessision?