Hi, I would guess the average TGP member owns between 5 and 8 guitars. There is a dilemma about this. Let me explain. The intense problem with owning several guitars is you must put the others away for a good length of time while you enjoy the current instrument. This is wrong. A great, old guitar needs to be played all day, every day to stay alive and broken in. Let me be more specific. It's the neck wood that needs to vibrate to stay alive, soft, pliable, and broken in. Like a nice old baseball glove, if you put it away and neglect it for six months, when you pick it up again it will be stiff and dead. Let me make one more point. Think of the great, iconic guitars. Jimmy Page's number one Les Paul. Keith Richard's black, beloved, 1959 ES355. Eric Clapton's Brownie or Blackie. Mick Taylor's Burst. Neil Young's Old Black. These axes are played all day, every day, for decades. They are loved, played, and stay warm and alive. The neck just sings in all the right places. The dilemma we all face is putting our other guitars away for a good while. They each need to be loved all day, every day. Otherwise they grow hard and cold.