Ive noticed that alot of people who buy guitars for cheap can sell the guitars for cheap. The more hands a guitar has gone through, the cheaper the price gets, not to mention much more general wear than when your buying from the original owner. People tend to expect used prices from the original owner to be as low as when the guitar has gone through 3-4 owners. Shouldnt it be known why certain prices are so low and wouldnt it be good to know if your buying from the original owner or not? Typically guitars will be in better condition when your buying from the original owner and people should be able to distinguish the difference between a guitar that is truly mint and not played much being sold by the original owner and one that has been shipped around 5 times and owned by numerous people. Otherwise people have no clue that the reason someone wants $1800 for a guitar and the reason someone else wants $2700 for the same guitar is because the cheaper one has gone through numerous hands, whereas the higher priced one has not and is probably in that much better overall condition because of it. Buyers just assume that some guys charge too much and some guys give good deals, but thats not true at all. Prices usually reflect what one paid. When that someone can sell for cheap its cause they bought it used from a guy who traded it used from a guy who bought it used from a guy who bought it new. It would just be nice to know why some people want more or less for used guitars. Being required to at least disclose whether you are the original owner or not, and if not then how many owners are you aware of there being, could help many buyers in knowing why the price is what it is. It might also help give an overall feel for the condition.