I bought a guitar a little over a year ago on Reverb. It took me months of searching, but it was exactly what I was looking for (lightweight 7lbs5oz 1980 Les Paul Firebrand, pickup swap I would have made, great case, etc.). Even though the seller did not inspire confidence, I went ahead. Turns out, I love it. Recorded my first song two weeks ago and used this guitar. I just got a message that he misses it and wants it back (he had only had it couple of years, not the original owner), and he's willing to pay me $775 ($50 over what I paid him). So I spent two days searching Reverb for a replacement that would make me feel equally happy. Looks like I am going to have to get to the $1,400 range or spend another couple of months looking for its twin. I'd feel like a jerk to ignore him, but I'd feel like a jerk telling him it is going to take $1,400-$1,500 to get it back (and I'm not looking forward to the hassle of finding a shipping box and shipping it anyway). What would you do? Ignore the message, politely decline, or make the $1,500 offer?