#1
Hi guys,

just curious why some guitars are cheaper here in canada compared to the USA. The ones ive noticed are the Fender standard strats, which are only $420 CAD here while its 499.99 on musicians friend. Another one is the PRS custom SE 24 which is $640 CAD but 664 in USA. Im confused o.O, is it because they are a different model or something?

http://www.long-mcquade.com/products/7467/Guitars/Electric/Paul_Reed_Smith/SE_25th_Anniversary_Custom_24_-_Scarlet_Red.htm

http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/PRS-SE-25th-Anniversary-Custom-24-Electric-Guitar?sku=423596
#4
Quote by corrupt_freedom
ya i know CAD < USD

Actually, it's the other way around. A Canadian dollar is worth about 95 American cents, which accounts for the different dollar totals.
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#6
Import taxes, tariffs, freight charges, etc.

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Actually, it's the other way around. A Canadian dollar is worth about 95 American cents, which accounts for the different dollar totals.

What you said is exactly what you corrected corrupt_freedom for saying.
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Import taxes, tariffs, freight charges, etc.


What you said is exactly what you corrected corrupt_freedom for saying.

Yeah, my spidey math senses are apparently twisted. My bad.
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