Sidelined with a rare cold while trying to nurse separated ribs, I've been pondering selling a guitar to buy one that I have been GASsing about for about 2 years now. I need serious advice from my TDPRI cohorts. Here is the dilemma: I have an exceptional '81 Yamaha SG that took a long time to find in order to seek out that LP sound that I had been searching for, but could never bond with an LP. It is by far the best built electric that I've ever owned, but ... I have evolved into blues so much that my tele/strat/Sheraton takes care of everything I'm into electrically right now. I have two parlors for acoustic, but I'm GASsing for a resonator. Do I sell or try to justify adding another guitar to the family later on? I have been reading the recent "regrets selling" threads lately and they scare me. Additional considerations: I was deeply into Santana for covers and style, but now that I'm into my own sounds, the Sherry "pretty well" takes care of that duel bucker stuff. "Pretty well" is the catch phrase. I'm entering a phase of Warren Haynes. Anything I play on a reso, I can play on my parlors and I'm not very good at that thumb bass line thumping, finger picking/slide old blues styles ... yet, but that is my current passion. Oh, and I'm starting to seriously record my originals (no gigging right now either). And no, the SG is not in the mix as of now. Any words of wisdom out there will be much appreciative.