#1
I'm about to purchase a Yamaha Fg735 from GC, dude in the acoustic room gave me the hard sell on a warranty ($50 for 5 yrs). I live in Minnesota, if that matters. Am I likely to need it, or are the sales people getting a commision on warranties, like at Best Buy. Thanks.
#2
They probably are getting a commission, but I think it's a nice thing to have, just in case something happens to the guitar.
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#4
50 bucks for 5 years is good (10 bucks a year) what if it breaks!
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#6
Not bad for that price. Just bring it up for a yearly set-up and you'll be fine. Some will restring it for you each time you bring it in free of charge. For $50, go for it.
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What does the warranty entail? Just manufacturing defects or something?


I remember Sam Ash's warranty included setups, repairs, truss rod adjustments... stuff like that. I assume this is similar to that.
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#9
the warranty i got at my gc ($39 for 3 years) includes replacement if it's damaged, including some damages that are not manufacturer damages. i suspect what it includes may vary from state to state.