I won a guitar for $416.99. No reserve, just open bidding and I paid. He emails me saying this: "This bass sold for way less than I ever expected. Like I said in the description, I am in no rush to let go of the bass, and I cannot justify parting with it at this price. I was expecting at least $500 in the auction. I will, however, part with it for $460. If this interests you, let me know. If not, I think I will wait for the economy to pick up before I list this again." So I replied back saying this: "That is not how eBay works. It's an auction site. You need to mail this guitar to me as I have paid you. It could have gone higher but it went to the highest bidder. Please complete this transaction as you are legally obligated." So then he sends me an eBay cancel transaction request. His reason: "This case has been opened by the seller with the following reason: Buyer and I disagreed over terms." My response: "We did not disagree over terms ever. I bid, I won and I paid. I expect the seller to send me the item asap." So I spoke to ebay and the lady says she will file a report against him and that he should have refunded the money before sending me a cancellation request. But eBay did say I will eventually get my money back but I will have to wait a few days. She said I have to wait 10 days before I file a claim on item not received. I will call ebay again tomorrow to catch another person and demand that he be reported. Since I am always checking for Guild Pilot, if he ever sells this again I will contact ebay and tell them what happened now and see where that goes. I really wanted this bass, Guild Pilot, the greatest under rated bass ever.