Don't bother reading unless you have the funds to experience a case of what musicians call G.A.S., Gear Acquisition Syndrome! I had a good friend who passed away last month after a second round of cancer. He was a prolific guitar collector, as I used to be when money was more plentiful. His brother, who I am also friends with, has enlisted me to help sell several guitars from my buddy's collection. We have two exquisite high end Taylor acoustics. One of them is a limited edition called Builder's Reserve series Three which has an amp for the acoustic electric guitar. The amp is made of solid woods that matched those in the guitars construction. This set was limited to a total run of 30 and sold for $10,000.00 in 2012. My friend maintained his guitars in mint condition. I can put this incredible collectors dream set into anyone's hands for $4,800.00. The other Taylor was a custom factory order and I swear is the finest sounding guitar I've encountered in 50 years of playing. Original build cost was $6,000 but I can sell it for $3,000.00 (I'm also scheming to see how I can own it myself!). Last acoustic is a new condition Guild Doyle Dykes 12 string. Incredibly beautiful looking and playing 12 for $2,800. Electric players are in luck too. We have a Fullerton reissue Fender 1957 Stratocaster that's in unplayed condition. The Fullertons are highly sought by collectors and a new condition Fiesta Red one is a very rare find. $4,600 for this one (others are asking up to 8 grand for ones with player wear). If you have an interest and want to see pics of any of these PM me.