I was thinking about this recently. Lowballers, the ones who offer you $1,000 for your Custom Shop Strat, or $200 for your Strymon Big Sky. The people we as sellers absolutely can't stand. I started to wonder if they throw these low offers out there for items they truly want, or if they put in the time to make it a "numbers game", making insultingly- low offers on just about everything, hoping to get a lucky hit with an un-educated or desperate seller. I honestly wonder if this ever works for them. This brought me to a hypothetical: Let's say you wanted to walk a mile in their shoes, and you dedicated a couple weeks to low-balling. Your highest offer has to be 40-50% less than what the item historically sells for. Example-- Les Paul Standards that typically sell for ~$1500 used: you would offer ~$800 If you made, say 500 offers in a 2-3 week period like this, do you think ANY of them would be accepted?