#1
So I'm thinking about buying an Epiphone Les Paul Custom online, and i noticed that if I were to buy B-stock I'd save myself about $200. But I dont know if that's a good idea, so I was wondering if anyone here has ever bought a B-stock guitar and if it's a good way to save money or just a way to get a crappy guitar.
#2
most b-stock items just have a few cosmetic blemishes. not enough for them to not sell it at all, but they cant sell it at full price. if there was anything physically wrong with it, they would have to say so. i vote good.
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#3
Is B-stock a brand? Never heard of it.
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#4
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Is B-stock a brand? Never heard of it.

i hope thats a joke, otherwise you are a drummer. deeerrrrrhh

i'd say go b-stock gibson instead of epi
#5
they are good bargins especially the ones that have been returned, even with the one that have minor damage still come woth full warrenty
#6
Just make sure the B-stocks still come with full warranty (I've never heard of them not but it's always good to check). Also you can ask if they'll take a picture of the blemish/problem so that you can decide for yourself. They may not, but it never hurts to ask