It has finally happened to me, I walk into my home studio and just feel uninspired by most of it. I used to walk into the room and feel like a kid on Christmas morning, but for the past month it just feels like a cluttered room in need of cleaning out. One of the items is my '94 Fender Strat-Plus with factory case. It was actually my first Strat purchase and became the only one that I didn't purge over the years once I discovered that I am not really a Strat kind of player. It sounds great, looks great, but I don't like middle pickups and the selector is always in my way to the point that I really don't find Strats a good fit for me. I don't think I even took it out of the case this Summer. I think I only kept it all these years because it does look great and on paper it seems to be as good as a factory Strat gets, but with all the things going on in my life these days I wonder if I should just send it on down the road along with several amplifiers and piles of speakers, pedals, etc.? I hesitate to make any decisions immediately as my Father passed away a few days ago and I am still facing the funeral tomorrow so my mind isn't clear right now, but just from a simple question....would you keep a guitar that you very rarely play? I don't see any guitar past the '70's going up in value, but maybe it would, I don't know. Just trying to get a handle on this and seem to be unable to maked a decision.