Over the past 6 months I have acquired basically a whole new rig. I have been playing the same gear, relatively uninspired by my tone, and uninformed about how to fix it, and not playing more than a couple hours a month for years. For the last 6-8 months though, I have been buying/selling/trading but most importantly playing A LOT. Probably 8 hours a week minimum. Sometimes 2-3 hours a day. I can thank my fiancée for buying John Mayer tickets and getting me back into playing. Bought a classic 70s strat for $350, didn’t like it and sold it for $550. Bought a Blues Deluxe for $350, traded that for a 95 MIM strat with original HSC. (amazing guitar). I think I traded UP there. Traded my Gibson LPJ that I bought 3 years ago and it basically just sat on my wall, for a 2007 MIM Tele. I only paid $300 for the LPJ. Bought a 68 Custom Princeton Reverb for an OK price. I can sell and get my money back plus a little. Sold my Orange Micro Dark with Orange 12” cab and Blues jr tweed for a cumulative $850. Bought a DRRI for $550 and a 93 MIM strat with the $300. They are both amazing, big amp upgrade.. Ditched the old pedal board I made from a pallet and Bought a pedal train 1 WITH case for $50. Then added a couple pedals, ya know... cuz I had the extra room on the board, and a power supply to clean up all those wires. I have my 2014 strat that I bought new for $400 from GC listed and have an offer for $350 plus a brand new Boss BD-2. Not sure if I’m gonna take it or not yet. I might. I feel like I’ve really upgraded my rig for not a lot of $ out of pocket, mainly using trades or $ from sales, and a lot of hours on FB marketplace/reverb. crazy thing is my fiancée STILL wants to marry me in 2 months! It’s turned into another hobby of mine now. I basically try to keep my gear $ pool strictly for gear and try not to add much to it from personal funds. 2 questions. Do you ever say OK thats enough for now? Or are you always looking and if there’s a good deal on something you just pick it up? I feel that as long as I can sell for what I bought then it’s not a big deal. Splurging on your credit card for a piece of gear that you can’t really afford is obviously an issue. I’m playing around with my gear fund, with relatively low cost gear too so that helps. Next question. I am going to sell the 68 Custom. It sounds like it’s in a closet and under a blanket compared to the Deluxe. I am totally in love with my DRRI and don’t really think I even need a second amp, but I do like having 2 amps. Would it be a waste of funds to buy a PRRI to pair with the DRRI? Are they too similar tonally?