Well, where I live in California...the Inland Empire, I don't see hardly anyone desiring to play guitar. As a matter of fact, not many schools offer a music program anymore. They can join the high school band, but where do you see a guitar in a parade? Common core teaching destroyed most of the "arts" in school districts. Wanting to pass my guitars down or donate to a guitar teaching facility, seems useless basically because there aren't any that I have found. Kids these days are too busy with other activities, non-dedicated and walk around with headphones in their ears, to where you have a hard time getting their attention. Some don't even want to own a car, preferring someone to drive them or public transportation. There are a lot of individual musical instrument teachers without a clientele that are seeking work in other fields because of the dwindling interest in learning and/or parents can't afford to pay for private lessons, and others can't afford the "extras" like uniforms, accessories, transportation and etc., the public schools classes require. The days of the 50s & 60s have past and cars, guitars and even some guys and girls are being replaced these days for newer, easier things and tasks, as well as gender sexual attraction and relationships. I agree that the things we baby boomers were wanting and attracted to are completely different than what younger people want now. To us they are valuable, to most of the younger people, they are boat anchors. Very sad. Even antique stores, second hand stores, etc., are not doing well. People don't want used. They want new, throw aways when they are done.