Not bad enough to be on a TV show, but bad enough that my basement is a mess. I've got some pretty nice stuff, but mostly mid level and a few cheap pieces, and a lot of it IN pieces. I was just looking over an old Memphis Les Paulish guitar that needs a complete overhaul to be useable and contemplating how to get rid of it if I decide to - and I really should. I keep coming across new stuff I want to bring home as well - I just found a great deal on an old Traynor amp, of which I have several, and I'll probably end up buying it. I really like vintage Traynors, but the truth is the ones I have are too loud for me to use routinely, so they sit a lot. Thats true for a lot of my stuff - its cool stuff, but I don't use some of it. If I had any sense I'd take the cheap/broken stuff to the dump or the Goodwill, pick out about half of the stuff I never use or don't love and Ebay or Emporium it, and make sure everything I have left eventually gets new strings, a fret dress, new tubes, or whatever it needs to be at its best and at the ready. I'm also bad about unfinished projects - I have probably 15 projects (half-built amps, pedals, guitars in parts) that I NEED to get back to. I'm also frustrated by the fact I could probably be twice the player I am today if I was less of a guitar junk collector and focussed on practice and playing out. Open to words of wisdom. Please avoid the low hanging fruit of suggesting that I pack it up and send it to you - I prefer the high road of not being an "enabler".