Okay, I posted a thread on the amp section about some amps I found while I was at my grandparent's house last weekend and got some good feedback. Now, I am wondering what to do with some guitars I found. I guess I am wondering how "valuable" these are, and if you were the one who found them (and were likely to inherit them) what would you do with them? Keep them as stock as possible? Get them set up to be played? Sell them? I'm just not sure what the best way to go would be. Anyway, here's what I found: What appears to be a 1940s or 1950s Gibson ES-125. I know it's an ES-125, as that's stamped on the inside of the guitar (could see it through the f-hole). I just don't know if it's a 40s or 50s. From what I can tell on ebay, it appears to be a 1940s. There's one P-90 style pickup near the neck. The frets are corroded to the point of needing replacement. The back of the neck has some chips and wear. I didn't see any wood cracks though. Tuners are corroded a little as well. This was kept in a case, but the case was pretty worn and flimsy. Again, from what I can tell on ebay, I found a 1960s red Gretsch Duo-Jet. This has a Burns trem and the metal pickups (smaller humbuckers) with the patent inscribed on them. This one is in pretty good shape. It was in a nice gray hardshell case. It seems like it could be played with a basic setup. A Fender P-Bass, serial number 165156. This one needs a setup, but otherwise seems playable. It had some wear on the neck, around the 3rd to 5th frets. A semi-hollow Teisco del Ray bass in a very flimsy case. This one had a lot of finish cracks but none that went through the wood, at least that I could see. I picked it up and played it for a minute or so, and like the Fender, it seemed to need a setup and tuning. So, if you found these, or found out that you were about to inherit them (I was told he'll probably just give them to me as I'm the only guitar player in the family), what would you do with them? Fix? Keep as is? Sell? Are they more "valuable" in one form or another (stock versus repaired)? Not sure what to do...thanks in advance for any advice.