I have read several times, just now in his wiki article, that Neil Young owns 450 Tweed Deluxes. Some of you will know about the Whizzer, which is an electro-mechanical contraction that moves the knobs to several presets, determined by a footswitch. The device is completely non-invasive. It sounds like a really cool idea to me. Crazy cool, which is my favorite kind of cool. Not so cool, to me, is that he owns 450 Tweed Deluxes, again, according to what I have read. If I am way off base on this, then I really apologize for what follows. What do you think of one guy, Neil Young or Joe Blow, owning 450 Tweed Deluxes? On the one hand, they are probably well cared for. Maybe it is common for some collectors to buy up many items that are similar, so he is just doing what other collectors might do (I don't know how common that is). The downside, is that if these amps were out in the world, how many more players would benefit from them? Thoughts?