I'm afraid you're mistaken; this is incorrect information. In the Price Guide's Transaction History, Reverb shows the "Sold Price," which reflects offers that were accepted. To your point though, perhaps one flaw of this section is that it shows international prices, which are usually a bit out of whack with US domestic prices.I've never inflated my prices. I ignore the stupidity and sell at reasonable values.
The thing about Reverb is, what things sold for aren't accurate. And that contributes to the problem. If a guy lists an amp at $2000 and takes an offer for $1700, that item shows selling at $2000. That's a flaw of their system. Is it intentional? Are they doing it on purpose? After all, the higher the sale, the higher their cut. But, they've created a fucked up market since many use it as a measuring stick. It's not an accurate tool, whatsoever.
Sure, there's people paying ridiculous prices, but I find more of these delusional sellers' gear sits for months to even years with no offers.