I think humanity has been changed by the internet and social media, a sort of consumerist ADHD where we cannot imagine not having a computer in our pocket and checking it regularly to see what we might be missing. As a result, we may be missing the deeper connection to friends that are actually in our lives, raising our kids, connecting with our mates, and getting full musical expression from one guitar. Think of sax players, violinists, acoustic guitarists; are they able to make varied sounding compelling interesting music without constantly switching between different settings on their gear? And given that the typical electric has at least three switched sounds, plus tone controls, plus pedal boards, plus amp settings including clean and distorted: Is it possible that today's obsession with buying more and more guitars is maybe not a musical need as much as a consumerist sickness? I'm certainly afflicted, but try really hard to keep my relationship with my gear as simple as possible. Failing but trying! Actually, my Esquires get me plenty of sounds, so why have several?