1 DCBirdMan 1 year ago I like Neil Young and most everyone knows for decades now his main amp is a late tweed era Deluxe, which wouldn't be blown off by most everyone one here. He discovered them early on when they were $100 items and ...over to Wikipedia, if it is to be believed."Young uses various vintage Fender Tweed Deluxe amplifiers. His preferred amplifier for electric guitar is the Fender Deluxe, specifically a Tweed-era model from 1959. He purchased his first vintage Deluxe in 1967 for US$50 from Saul Bettman's Music in Los Angeles and has since acquired nearly 450 different examples, all from the same era, but he maintains that it is the original model that sounds superior and is crucial to his trademark sound."So he has over 400 of these amps. I'm glad he's rich - he earned it= was there at the right time w/ right stuff, etc, and can keep them. Still, does this seem even a bit unusual ... does collecting ever border on hoarding?