It wasn’t my intention to offend anyone here. Just saying. I know that there are not to many historic owners in their 20‘s out there but I think that they are out there. Finances are tight, obviously, but I have luck that I have a job which isn’t paid too shabby. I have to pay my rent every month, but have I no other big cost factors so I can put some money aside. A thing that I noticed: Friends that own Gibson USA guitars can’t understand what’s special about a historic or a Custom Shop guitar for that matter. They aren’t simply going for that sound, they want a very mellow, smooth sound out of their guitars and not the clear, woody and sometimes biting low output sound of a historic. I even think lots of people today dislike this bright and clear guitar tones and don’t appreciate them. I think this trend extends even further into the amp world. I‘ve played and owned several Friedman Amps and while I really wanted to like them, all of them just sounded too thick and dark, they had a„ soft“-sounding quality attached to them that I wasn’t able to dial out.