No. Because when you’re able to sound like anything, it’s too easy to sound like nothing.
A limitless sonic palette is a dangerous thing; the best electronic music artists are masters at limiting themselves to tools, techniques and processes which make them distinctive. And in a saturated market being distinctive is half the battle.
Don’t buy the latest kit just because you’ve heard that it’s amazing or that this hero of yours uses it. These machines are merely your tools; what matters is what you do with them.
Look at what you’ve got now and how you can express yourself with it. There’s already more at your fingertips than the greatest musicians of all time ever had.
Find a synth, vst plugin, sampler, controller or whatever and focus on it exclusively until you know it inside out. Try writing a tune on it alone. Or even an entire album. This will force you to use it creatively and you’ll find your own way of playing it which will be uniquely yours.