There are some really weird assumptions in this thread about how business is conducted and how markets work. A person that's "mad" about "greed" in a simple supply and demand correction due to market forces (no ongoing supply) should remember that how someone feels about owning a Danocaster is just the reason the price will increase dramatically or not. Carping about someone else's windfall or, conversely, a decline in value really has no effect on the market itself.
C'mon, guys. "Not good ethics" at L.A. Vintage? Please. I bought this Danocaster from L.A. Vintage for a premium of about $450 over what Dan was charging at the time. It never once crossed my mind that I was being ripped off. I, actually, remember having a great conversation with Clif about how him having Danos readily available (him making the investment) was great. And the idea that Dan should enjoy the increase in guitars sold by L.A. Vintage only stands to reason if he should get some of the increase in value every owner enjoys that sells in the future.
The $450 markup for skipping the long wait list is fine. Marking a guitar up at that price point to $6000 is for sure greedy no matter how you slice it. You can disagree, but you will be wrong. Not trying to be a jerk, but there is really no way around that.