I'll refrain from posting your email filled with inuendo and remarks [still trying to figure out what's "snarky"]
If you were reading this thread I had sold out of anything I'd get in the first shipment by the end of November. Anybody buying a guitar is buying a guitar, that will be in a later allocation. You ordered 1/17 when I was in a crunch getting everything wrapped to leave for LA. If things were not fully explained it's all on me and the timing of the order, but your reactions and choice of words is all on you.
When an SK opened up, you don't get his spot, everybody moves up one, each new sale goes to the end of the line. If you think giving you somebody elses spot and screwing everybody else is fair then this conversation is done.
You kept asking for an ETA, I kept telling you I was still waiting to get the file that would let me know your ETA, while at the same time you evidently thought you had bought a spot in line you did not. I finally got a break to review the email transcript and realized at no point were you told what I typically told everybody else, that you were locked in and guaranteed the model but I wouldn't know when or what container yours would be on until HUSA got me the breakdown.
It was a lapse in communication which you blew up at, and evidently are still pushing as hard as you can making sure to continue to post where anybody with no patience can buy a guitar right now, including breaking rules posting live ebay adds [which immediately sold after you did of course]. Let's just make it easy, the warehouses got plenty, their first batches will be ample and a simple google search will put one in anybodies hands in a few days.
Where thankfully I come up #3, but I am sold out and could have sold another 10 SK's, to buyers that are patient, know they're guaranteed to get their guitar, know they can choose which one, and have it prepped anyway they want [including 2 complete sets ordered at Platinum package I won't be looking forward to].
So you can continue to do whatever you want, nobody disrespected you [it was the other way around], slighted you, was snarky to you, stole your money, or called you out in public. It was a communication breakdown I have no doubt was probably repeated at this, the absolute craziest time of year for [most] any dealer.