So I was thinking about some of the former guitars in my collection, wondering if they still exist (surely someone is playing it right?) And then I got to thinking about every guitar that's ever been made. They're all out there somewhere, whether whole or in pieces maybe in a landfill, who knows? So I was wondering what it takes for a guitar to get to the end of its life. And while that's sad I'm sure there are some stories around here of when a guitar met its last owner before being retired. Maybe you fell down and broke the neck? Destroyed in a fire? Accidentally jammed it in a wood chipper? Anything is possible. Anyone like to share? Here's mine So my second attempt at refinishing I decided to buy a squier affinity, strip it, and refinish. It was a great summer project and it turned out very well. It went from black to surf green. Well I played it off and on for a few years before deciding to refinish it again. So I took it apart, took it out to the shop and started the process. Then I got busy and unmotivated. It became a project laying around on worse condition than what I started. So I've pretty much resigned it to being a guitar that will never be a guitar again. Just pieces. So it's not technically the end of the line forever, but I have no plans and no intentions for it, as I have other projects. I still like to think that a guitar is never really gone. It's gotta be somewhere right?