So, my other half has been pretty good about my bass hoarding over the years, even when I spent months without playing and still bought basses. The current count is around 15 (I think). Over the years, she has also given me a few basses as presents (xmas, burthday etc.), the last bass related gift was a Rumble 500C. Anyways, lately I am trying to cut down on the amount of basses I own, replacing quantity with a few basses that I really want. The current aim is for a decent Jazz bass (I am pretty focused on a Sandberg California TT4), for which I planned on selling a few that I don't use too often. One of these basses is the ESP LTD B-205SM. This was a gift from her, and although she has absolutely no issue with me getting rid of basses she gave me, she really doesn't want me to sell this one. I don't play it hardly at all (I stick to 4 strings) and it just gets a clean and a check over now and again, but her reasoning is that it is the best looking bass she has seen. I admit that I was very lucky to get the detail in the finish (it was ordered unseen over the internet), and the bass is excellent (even more so for it's price), but I really don't pick up a 5er very often (and when I do it is usually and ABG strung EADGC). So, do I sell the bass anyway which would give me enough cash to order the Sandberg, or take note of my beloved wife on one of the rare ocasions when she gives her opinion on my basses?