#1
ok, few questions:
1)if i buy a guitar as second hand and i come to the seller house could i pay cash, and if so is there some kind of a valie added tax or something?
2)if i buy an equipment for cheap and sell in the exact same site could i get law suited?
3)about my picking, when i play 'fast' song when i go from speeds around 100-120 up to 140-160 in 1/16 i change my hand position from some sort of casual alternate picking to stiff and rugged alernative picking and there-for in that area of 120-150 its very hard to my to decide which technice should i use, and both are quite aqward to me to play at that speed.btw i could get up to 170-200 at 1/16 but only if the string chanment is not to fast.
and about the first question, in Israel an Ibanez 2570 as new costs 1300$ but i found on a second hand site the same guitar for 625$ which is dirt cheap.
do you think its a good price?
#2
all of these questions are in the wrong thread
and i dont even know where to start
break this up into different questions in the correct forumn
#3
wrong thread but i'll answer anyway...

1. no. the price you hand over and agree on is the price you pay, that's it.
2. no. if you advertise something for a million dollars but bought it for 20 and someone buys it then it's fine AS LONG AS YOU ADVERTISE IT PROPERLY. advertising something as a fender USA strat and selling a squier WILL land you in deep s*it
3. go ask the right forum, probably the electric guitar forum.

and it's a good price as long as there's nothing wrong with it and it works fine. you'll need to try it out to be 100% sure.

ps. in future, post questions in their respective threads.
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#4
Guitar questions = Electric Guitar thread.
Picking = Guitar Techniques.

The Pit is wrong. WE HAVE ALL BEEN WRONGED AND DOOM IS UPON US.

IT COMES WITH THE NAME OF HILLARY!
#5
thanks.
i was woundering if its belongs to the electric guitar forum but wasn't sure.