My very first guitar was a Cherry Gibson SG-copy which was a total disaster. It untuned itself just by looking at it. It is hard to say which one is my favorite guitar. Out of the ones you photographed, I have played the Gibson Les Paul Costum the most. That model is from 1972 and it is black, which always works. If I could choose any guitar to my collection it would be a Gibson Les Paul from the 50′s. Preferably with a flame top, which means that the wood surface is extra mottled. I keep my guitars in cases in the basement. Not the best way, but what to do when you do not have enough time to find another solution? Unfortunately, I do not have that much time left to play either. Now I play the piano whenever I have time. I just bought a piano and the idea is to walk by it and play for 2 minutes. It should be easy, quick and still be fun. If I could pick and choose out of someone’s guitar collection, it would be my friend, Peter Svensson’s. Not only does he have the best guitars, he also has an idea, a thought of what his collection should look like. Why people collect? I do not have a good answer on that question. I often become very fond of people who collect. There is something appealing about it. And I am of the opinion that music is generally healing. Using the musical sense is an important part of human diversity. I feel the most spiritual when I listen to music or when I play music. My strongest musical memory is from when I was sitting on my father’s shoulders and saw Wings at Gröna Lund. I do not remember the concert; still it is a strong memory. Collecting guitars makes me stay in this music world. Tragic, right?