Due to a temporary financial situation, I recently sold a couple of things out of my herd/guitarsenal/collection... I sold a Analogman NKT-275 Sunface Fuzz (and got 10x what I paid for it!) and a Fender Modern Player Telecaster Thinline Deluxe that I’d done some pretty sweet customization to (broke even)... The pedal had only been used once or twice since I bought it four years ago (it was just too “much” for my taste), and try as I might, I just couldn’t bond with that MPTTD, outside of looks...it was like a dinner date with a gorgeous girl who had no personality whatsoever. In the past, when I had sold an amp or guitar or pedal under these circumstances, I was often upset or depressed or bothered that I was forced into this situation...but this time... It was freeing. It was cathartic. It was enjoyable. I felt...lighter. Maybe it’s because I hadn’t used either item (much, if at all) in years, but now I’m eyeing other dormant stuff in the guitar room and trying to decide if I should clear out some more space. Has anyone ever experienced this?