Anybody has experienced this? I know it's a bit vague, let me clear it out.. I've been playing solid bodies for a while now, especially telecasters.. Stratocasters... mostly Fenders.. However, around end of last year, I've been leaning towards more jazz, and jazz boxes.. especially the ES-125 models.. now, to try and test myself, I did not get rid of my telecasters, because I thought, maybe, this is too shall pass, and it's all gas.. so I got a decent, affordable ES-125 copy to scratch the itch.. an Epiphone Sorrento.. Untitled by D Y, on Flickr but now, after playing it a while.. I'm trying to decide if I really should go for these guitars and abandon solid bodies? I know, I can play jazz, and I can play anything on a tele.. On the other hand, archtops has a certain old world feel and look to them, and also the tones I'm hearing are i feel more to what I'm preferring for now.. Ive run all scenarios.. save up, keep teles.. sell my number 1, keep my number 2 and get a new build from small but high quality japanese luthiers.. or sell everything and go for gold, get a vintage ES-125 instead.. These are guitars I'm considering: HAWK-JAZZ (full hollow) - custom build with P90s instead http://www.deviser.co.jp/seventyseven/product/hawk/jazz HAWK-STD (Semi Hollow) - custom build with P90s instead http://www.deviser.co.jp/seventyseven/product/howk/std or this, much cheaper, but made in Terada Japan Factory (Think Pro-Line Gretsch) https://reverb.com/item/11182160-ar...ew-brown-sunburst-incl-hardcase-made-in-japan http://www.walkin.co.jp/guitars/290657.htm Vintage ES-125s are so expensive though https://reverb.com/marketplace?query=ES-125 I feel silly posting this.. but Im curious if anyone has felt similar? I feel like I'm getting old.. oh well.. Maybe its the isolation that makes me think too much.. I love telecasters still!!!