I'm often tempted to purchase guitars that I don't even really want simply because I think the price is so good for the value. I'm looking at what appears (at least in pictures) to be a like-new condition Godin G4000 USA. God is the body shape ugly as sin. It seems like sometimes these sell for cheap, but I also see the most recent one on ebay went for over $700. But actually resale is not the basis of my value GAS. I've owned Godin guitars--they're freaking nice. And this one was, from what I can tell, from their premium line. Based on my experience with Godin, I have no doubt that this guitar is at least as nice as a Fender American Standard. Imagine a Fender American Standard in excellent condition for $200! I barely play the guitars I have. And I don't even like this one! It just seems crazy to pass up a guitar that nice for only $200. It looks like one of those foam gloves you wear to cheer at basketball games. Do you suffer from value GAS? Have you ever acted on it? And how did that turn out? Is your home lined with guitars that you barely touch and don't even want?