My apologies if I am ‘off key’ in my response…
I’ve personally thought about this, but in a different scenario. As of now, I can’t sell my guitars. Only recently have I realized just how beautiful these instruments we play, truly are and so I am interested in purchasing a few more guitars along the way.
Anyway, I am about ‘the connection’ when it comes to people, guitars, or anything really. When, I reach a place where I can’t physically ‘do this’ and wakeup and play another day to keep improving, I truly would be grateful to meet or know someone I could sell/give my guitars to who I might have, even a brief opportunity to develop a connection with.
I recently met this guitar player who is selling his collection due to Parkinson’s disease. This chance meeting has certainly left me with a heavy heart and I would be humbled to own and cherish one of his guitars.
Personally, I would feel a deep sense of gratitude to know I was handing off my guitars to another person who could carry on the journey. Unfortunately, we never know how our lives will play out, my chance meeting opened my eyes to our own fragility once again. There you go, heavy, dramatic, just like the music I love.
[Cliff note version] If you connect, hold em’ or find someone who can connect with them.