I recently bought what I thought would be one of my favorite guitars: American deluxe Tele. Olympic pearl and RW board. I unboxed it and wow, I've never been so stunned by a guitar visually. Then I strapped it on... And I realized I'll never be a Tele guy. I sold a Tele years ago because I didn't like the ergonomics and I kept reaching for my Strat instead. I thought maybe I'd get over it by now, but no. Me and the Tele aren't happening. So I sent it back and ordered a nice new Strat instead. That got me thinking: is there any use in keeping a guitar which you just don't really love? I play my Strat so much-- it feels like a natural extension of my body when I play. But I have a gibson midtown which is so stunningly gorgeous, like a work of art. And it mostly just sits in its case, again because of the ergonomics. I know that an SG would meld into me like my strats and that I'd play an SG far far more than my Midtown. But the Midtown is "rare" and very limited edition and looks cool. But if I sold it, then I could easily justify the expense of an SG. So? Do you keep around guitars which you just don't play that much?