I recently purchased a Gibson Custom 1961 Les Paul SG Reissue (historic), which I ended up deciding to keep. Thus I decided to sell one of my LPs and my original collection Gibson USA SG Standard '61 with 2019 serial number, which I got just after the 2019 Winter NAMM show and those new original collection were being hyped up like crazy, rightfully so. I list the guitar last night, and I try to go above and beyond with the pictures and listing text. Not only taking pretty pictures, but ones that illustrate well the state of the instrument and trying to give honest thoughts on how the guitar played and sounded. In less than one hour after listing it, I get an offer, which I counter and I end up accepting the counter to my counter. I tell the buyer I'm dropping the guitar off at UPS the next morning, which would be today's morning. The buyer walks out on the deal we made. Not wanting to get into any potential drama that, I take the shipping label loss and give the guy a full refund. I'm not 100% convinced on the guy's excuse for walking back given how experienced he was on Reverb, both as a buyer and seller, but at least he came across very nice. Anyways, I refund the guy and re-list the item immediately. Less than two hour later, another person reaches out interested in the guitar who buys the guitar. I give the guy a good deal just around halfway between what I expected to get for the guitar and how much he wanted the guitar for. The nicest dude too, which gave some really nice bonus points. Extra bonus points because it looked like he was going to actually play that fantastic SG like crazy. I have a friend who also came really close to buying my SG, but at the end he really wanted one with a Maestro Vibrola, which I offered to install it for him without charging him for labor. However I understand him wanting to get one that left the factory with a Maestro already installed. Because we all crave pictures, here is my Custom Shop SG alongside the USA SG I recently sold. I genuinely hope the new owner of this guitar enjoys it at least as much as I did. The picture was taken before I cleaned and prepared the guitar up for shipping and returned the original cream switch tip knob.