#1
So when a store's website says that one of the items they're selling is in stock, is it really? I'm talking about Sam Ash music stores specifically..
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So when a store's website says that one of the items they're selling is in stock, is it really? I'm talking about Sam Ash music stores specifically..

its more than likely in stock in a big warehouse...
#4
I don't understand the question. If it asks you what store to go to and checks, then I doubt it just lies to you, but I doubt if it just says "in stock" then it just knows what store you're talking about.
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I don't understand the question. If it asks you what store to go to and checks, then I doubt it just lies to you, but I doubt if it just says "in stock" then it just knows what store you're talking about.

Well I do have a Sam Ash account, and I set my location as Westminster, CA.
#6
Well, I tried to order a GOTOH Floyd Rose from Beyond 11 one time, and they said it was in stock. So I ordered it, waited two weeks and never got it, so I called them and they said that the GOTOH Floyds had been out of stock for over three months and they werent going to get them in stock until later that month, yet this whole time it said "In stock ready to ship" on the product page. I canceled the order and will not order from them to this day, even if they do have fairly good prices

Granted, Beyond 11 isn't Sam Ash. If it says it's in stock then it probably is, but not always. Depends on the website I guess
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Well I do have a Sam Ash account, and I set my location as Westminster, CA.


But why are you asking us? Call the store? There are cases at my store will something will say its in stock but its been shoplifted or something. Just call them, no big deal to them.
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#8
No it's all an elaborate lie.
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#10
no. when they say its 'in stock' they mean the product is in stock like its a liquidated asset thats put into some sort of an investment program like IRAs or literally stocks. when a good comes up listed like that, you need to call the store or place an order online so they can use some of their liquid capital to order and obtain the item you want.

with low priced/small markup goods a company can cover the costs to keep stock on hand in stores and the administrative costs of liquidating and solidifying capital doesnt allow low priced goods to be able to be used in this manner. but with bigger ticket items with larger markups, stores will utilize this investment system as a profit maximizing strategy.
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#11
I don't think Sam Ash even sells guitars.
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#13
i had to read the OP twice to see if i got it right. If it says it's in stock, we're going to assume they mean in stock unless we have someone on here that works there to tell us differently
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no. when they say its 'in stock' they mean the product is in stock like its a liquidated asset thats put into some sort of an investment program like IRAs or literally stocks. when a good comes up listed like that, you need to call the store or place an order online so they can use some of their liquid capital to order and obtain the item you want.

with low priced/small markup goods a company can cover the costs to keep stock on hand in stores and the administrative costs of liquidating and solidifying capital doesnt allow low priced goods to be able to be used in this manner. but with bigger ticket items with larger markups, stores will utilize this investment system as a profit maximizing strategy.


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#15
It's probably in stock on the site/warehouse. Just call and see if its at your store.
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#17
Ask the store.
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