I have too many guitars. And every now and then I look around and see one that just hasn't been used in awhile and say, "it's time". #1 on the list is my Steinberger Spirit guitar. I loved it so much when I first got it about 10 years ago that I got a very similar Hohner G3T. I liked that one better but managed to unload it last year. So I grab the Spirit and I start playing it again, and this thing just has an amazing neck and action. I don't really like the tremolo setup (too stiff), but this thing holds a tune like nobody's business and balances pretty well in the lap for armchair playing. OK, so I guess this one's going to stick around a while longer. Next up is my Roger Linn Adrenalinn III. It's a ROM upgrade from the "I" model and is pretty old. I got this because I thought I could get that sample and hold filter effect that Frank Zappa used on "Black Napkins" and "Ship Ahoy" and boy was I right! However the UI (grid of buttons and knobs for setting something like 88 different parameters per patch) is a bit overwhelming. Again I hadn't used it in awhile and just wanted to check it out before listing it on Reverb. I had never previously synch'ed it up with anything else, but this time I have an Arturia Beatstep Pro, so I got a sequence running on that and synched up the Adrenalinn via MIDI and WOW holy disco inferno Batman, that thing is amazing! I set it up on a desk rather than keeping it on the floor like a stompbox because otherwise I'd be spending too much time on my hands and knees. In this particular case though the main thing that is keeping me from selling it is that every so often (like a couple times per day) the audio outputs spontaneously put out full amplitude white noise which is a bit alarming. You have to yank the power to get it to stop. I contacted Roger Linn (he answers his own support mail) who said, "yeah, on those older units you may have to wiggle the chip in its socket to make a solid connection". Well, I don't think I'd be real happy if I bought something from someone and it did this, so I don't want to impose that burden on someone else. Still, that thing makes some amazing sounds and the ease with which you can sync delays and filter/flange sequences to MIDI clock leads to some really unusual and compelling results.