Many of you have lots of guitars (10+) which was already discussed in a thread not long ago https://www.tdpri.com/threads/how-many-guitars-do-you-own-poll.997712/. I assume you have different styles of guitars like me. I have 5 electric guitars and they are all sonically quite different (SS, SSS, HSS, 2x HH pickup configuration). Also shapes of the necks and guitar bodies are different of course. I never think about them like… “Today I am going to play some heavier stuff so I definitely can’t use a Tele with single coil pickups”. What I do is I pick up a guitar that “speaks to me” that day and I play whichever music I wish. If it is stoner or heavy rock with single coil pups, why not. I would use for example a BD-2 + a Big Muff pedal and it sounds epic! So sometimes I only play one guitar for a week or even longer other times I play different guitars every day. If I play only one guitar for a longer period I think like I become one with it – I know that guitar in every detail. But sooner or later I pick up another one and the problem I encounter if I swap guitars a lot is that I have to change pedal settings a lot (gain & EQ), sometimes even amp settings. And this takes some time to find the sweet spot. Also necks and guitar shapes are different and this also takes some time for readjusting. Anyway, what is your opinion about it? Do you prefer to play one guitar or similar style of guitars for longer periods of time to get really proficient? Does it take time when going from one type of guitar to the other? Or are you so experienced that you can change for example from a thin neck Fender to a thick neck Gibson in a second? Do you use different pedals with different guitars?