Alright I want to ask your guy's opinions on some BS I'm dealing with from a Craigslist transaction. Over a week ago I had an ad up to trade a guitar for a bicycle. I got an offer I liked but for about a week the dude flip flopped on wanting to do the trade. I told him twice to just forget about it but it would insist he was still interested in trading. He isn't knowledgeable about guitars and seemed to be hesitant as to whether it was a fair trade, I provided a page of "sold" listings for the exact same guitars in the same or worse condition which were selling more than what he valued his bicycle. I was actually getting the short end of the stick value wise but I didn't care, I liked the bike and it was worth the hit to me. We meet up and he inspects it like crazy, pointing out every little detail that the human eye could barely possibly and I'm thinking "dude isn't comfortable with the trade". I insist 3 separate times, clear and detailed that if he is not comfortable with the trade then I suggest he NOT do it. All 3 times he says he's good and he likes the guitar and wants to do the trade. I ask again "are you sure?" He says yes, we shake on it and exchange items. Days later he replies worried about the value of the guitar, says he can't play it and it isn't working out for him... insinuating he wants the bike back. After we shook on it and parted ways my business with him was over. My conscious is clear both because I A: advised him NOT to do the trade and B: the guitar's value is more than that of the bicycle. He is blowing my up, swearing at me that I ripped him off, he shouldn't of "trusted" me and now wants $200 cash from me. Worst part is the dude lives about 15 minutes away from where I live... so annoying. Part of me wants to just give it back and say "fk off" and get out of my life but ... fk that! We did the trade, we shook on it, deal is done and I KNOW in my heart and soul I did not decieve or rip the guy off. Fk Craigslist and the weird people man *edit* I forgot to mention he said he took it into Guitar Center and said "a bolt is messed up on the next and they need to do crazy set to fix it".... Which is complete BS. The guitar was nearly immaculate and was obviously a case queen. The guitar was like new with zero defects, issues or problems and this part is BS unless he fked with it. I traded a '86 Charvel Model 1 +OHC for a 1996 Redline RL480 in fair to good condition.