#1
I didn't learn chords at all.
I went straight to tabs.
I am familar with the fingering of most chords but can't name them althought.
I only know a blue scale.
I could clone the song hotel california well.
I am a 6 months old guitarist.

If I continue in this pathway, will I ever be a good guitarist ?(I don't want to be a clone)

I found something severely lacking in me. I don't know what is this feeling, maybe its my equiqment or my skills. I cant seem to express the "right" sound in my mind to my guitar. Even thought its still the same note, the sound was kind of different from what I want. I dont know how do I explain it.

Im using tokai telecaster and a passed down marshall mg 15cdr amp.
#2
Yeah you should probably learn chords, more scales, and some theory but not bad for 6 months old. (I assume you meant 6 months of playing, right?)
#3
I started out playing tabs, but then expanded into songs with chords because they helped me get better at being rhythm and vocals in a band.

Chords definitely are helpful, once you have the lyrics and the chords, most solos (as long as you aren't playing metal) will just flow naturally if you mess around enough.
#4
Your equipment should be the least of your concerns right now, a good guitarist can make crappy equipment sound good, and vice versa buying better equipment wont make you a better guitar player. Why not take like 10 lessons and start with the basics it wont hurt you at all, ive never met a good guitar player who cant play chords.
#5
At least learn your minors and majors, you can fill in the gaps as you go from there. Try buying a book of chords to help you out. Your only 6 months in, so no-one expects you to be carving up the fretboard anytime soon. Just remember that playing any instrument is a love/hate relationship, but keep on practicing and you'll be able play chords on site soon enough. Try learning the root penatonic scale as well, it's a beautiful beginners scale to start improvising in.