While guitar shopping, as I do this time every year as my tax return comes in. I have noticed in the description, the seller says its the best guitar he/she has ever played. I dont know about you but I dont sell my guitars if they happen to be the best guitar I ever played. Yes I understand life happens and we need to get rid of things we wish we wouldn't have to. Its just that after looking at hundreds of guitars I would say about half the descriptions say something along these lines. Here is an example. "This listing is for a beautiful Wine Red with Gold Hardware Gibson Les Paul Studio. It is 20 years old but does not look it. The Gold hardware is almost flawless which is quite a rarity on these guitars. The Tweed case is a high level case with (looks almost new) 2 keys and fits the guitar PERFECTLY. My Luthier did a string change and setup and Called this Guitar a 5% er...meaning that it plays and sounds better than 95 % of the USA Gibson Studio guitars made. He said the pickups were some of the best he has ever heard in any Gibson ever. I sell a lot of guitars here (on eBay) and I have every single one setup by him and he has NEVER said anything like this before........This Guitar is something special......FACT. So special that I am accepting returns because this guitar will not get returned........ There is one or two small bumps.....but the guitar presents very very nice and as I said the hardware is almost amazing.......This Guitar has NO REGRETS..... If you want a USA made Gibson that plays and sounds like a Custom Shop this is the one you want......" I can be naive sometimes so I need to just assume these are just sale pitches right?