#1
So what does it mean? I hear that it means the company cleans up the amp but my question is why are they cleaning it up? Is it used or was is previously broken and recently fixed? Does it have a higher chance of breaking again? Is it worth it? Thanks for the help.
#2
It means they fix it up, usually somebody returned it, and then they resell it. It's typically a good deal. Usually it was only cosmetic damage in the first place.
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#3
Sometimes you can get a bad one, but if its a good company with good QC, it will be just fine. Somestimes they are just like brand new.
#4
Great....its a Vox so im prob screwed. Is it worth it if its $200 off? Are bad ones common? Should i be worried? (i know Vox is famous for its poor quality control but how high are the chances for a bad one?)
Last edited by JET116 at Jun 12, 2006,
#6
Vox is infamous for QC? That's news to me.
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#7
Refurbs usually have the same warranty as a new one; I say go for it.
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