Absolutely.There's a lot of good advice on here. But, what makes a great guitar is so subjective to each player. I worked in music retail for nearly 25 years and I was always amazed at how many people bought expensive guitars yet played through cheap amps and/or used lousy pedals. To me, if it's an electric guitar, the amp makes a TON of difference in what you're going to get out of the guitar. A lot of cats spend a ton of money on guitar upgrades that could've easily been solved by purchasing a top-quality, responsive amp.
The other Elephant in the room is that it is pretty common for people to be obsessed with the tone of a guitar or amp but hardly be able to play even one tone-full note, before moving to the next poorly fretted and picked sour note. But instead of fixing their playing, they start chasing different pickups, caps, old wood, and all sorts of other things to get that magical tone recipe just right... when they can’t produce good tone with their fingers in the first place.