I am very fortunate to be (relatively) GAS free for the first time since stumbling across TB some years back. However, I recently went into debt to purchase some pro audio gear. I oversee the audio of a local film fest and kept telling them for what we were paying in rent, we could purchase the equipment. They finally said "Why don't you do it?" So......I did. It will pay off in the near future but for now, I'm left with almost $5000 in credit card debt. I hate credit card debt. To alleviate this problem, I could sell some of the bass gear that I don't use. Since acquiring my mesa WA with an extension cab, I can't bear to lug around a heavy amp/cab. I have a couple of ampeg tube heads (svtIInp and V4BH) and several cabs (a couple of svt15s and a berg nv610) that just sit. I do so love both amps, though. In addition, I have a '64 fender bassman with the matching cab and quite a few basses that I rarely touch. A guitar player friend offered to buy the bassman from me the other night and I couldn't bring myself to do it. I'm afraid that if I actually sell any of this stuff, I'll regret it. I worry that I'll either buy similar stuff back once I'm out of debt and spend more doing so or not be able to buy it back and wish I had it later to pass on to my kids (they are only 4 and 7 but I can dream). So what would you do, suck it up and learn to live with a bit of debt until it is paid off or sell the gear and risk potentially fatal GAS pains? Help a brother out.