I'm seeing this already, with some retailers slashing prices on gear already to stave off what's undoubtedly coming. We're looking at a huge economic downturn, and the first thing people stop spending money on is hobbies and indulgences. That new bass? Maybe it can wait. Make a set of strings last longer. Sell off some pedals. I know for some people, playing live is a source of income, so they need to keep up on their gear. But, public shows are on hold now, bands aren't getting paid now, then an economic downturn means people do out to see less live music. It can be good for players that prices of gear might be coming down, but I feel bad taking advantage of retailers and shops at a time when they might be on life support. And many won't make it through this, especially the mom-and-pop shops like where I get my lessons. Thoughts?