Matt, I guess I never showed you the tool room down the hall from my shop. We shared the rent for the room between several occupants of my building. I had a 14" band saw with a resawing riser block a drum sander and a table saw.
The drum sander was nothing but trouble, a real POS, but I think a band saw and table saw are very helpful.
I had Gene Clark for a teacher and his philosophy was reductive:; move any non essential tools off the bench. Non essential is personal. We talked a lot about what tools a maker living 1550 or 1650 would have, and his idea was that he wanted to use that kind of speculation to clear off tools and to make small hand forged tools like special scrapers for clearing saddle slots etc.
We looked at a guitar supply catalog one day and I said it reminds me of what my grandfather said about fishing lures, most lures are made to catch fishermen, not fish.
Lots of makers are what I call 'tool sluts' they are just queer for tools. Myself, I'm a reductionist, I prefer less.
When I moved to Japan I took four banker's boxes of hand tools. Some other Maker here said because I lacked he told people I was unprofessional. Turns out a violin he 'repaired' was send to me, he had over varnished it with polyurethane. I made a tiny tool and scraper to flake off the thicker chunks, but he trashed the instrument. I took the fingerboard off, made a new bridge and managed to remove as much poly as possible, but the damage was done.
Later the flamenco guitar I showed him which he was jealous of sold in the US to a well known player who had a lifelong career in Spain as a pro.
How many tools you have is niether here nor there.
Patience at the bending iron pays in rounded dividends!