Yeah, but if you look at completed sales, its right at the top of the price range people have actually paid, which makes it an optimistic asking price. Not that there's anything wrong with that... I'd probably start in that same range if I were selling one. But if you price it like that and it doesn't sell, it should be pretty obvious that the price is likely the issue. The "make an offer" option sounds good, but I don't know that it works all that well in practice. To many people fly off the handle about "low ballers" when they get offered less than asking. It seems like most sellers don't really want to negotiate, so why even try? At least that's the feeling I get on reverb and eBay.