Models. Solid plan. I approve!After a nice (bedroom) jam session with my SC594 Soapbar, I reflected on this old thread. Back in July I thought a DC594, SC594, and a Tremonti would be enough for me. I have since added the SC594 Soapbar and another Tremonti... Back to the original question, could I make it with three guitars? I guess I could but it would be painful to slim down from my current five. If I were tortured, I could settle on the SC594, Tremonti (stoptail), and the SC594 Soapbar as my only three.
Rather than going down that path, when explaining to my wife I simple say three "models" rather than three "guitars" and therefore the two SC594's and the two Tremontis only count once each! This gets even easier when she says the SC594's and Tremontis all look the same. That opens up a world of possibilities because then I can simply get another model and still be within the three "limit". Fun times!
Acoustic play at a completely different price point than electrics unless your talking vintage stuff , I would love to add to my acoustic collection but the ones that speak to my ear or have over the years are 4-5K or more ( 8-900 series Taylor etc ) I just spend more time with electrics for some reason.Why is that? Just not as serious an interest as electric? I play and write more on my acoustic guitars than I do on electric.