#1
okay so heres the deal...

im a Canadian living in Canada, and i was jsut thinking of getting a Gibson FLying V
now i would get it here but since it is almost half price in the states (costing at best $940 here and $580 USD there) I thought that i would buy the guitar in the USA and drive it across the border since i live very close to it anyways and wouldn't have to pay shipping and hoping to avoid customs/tariffs....

so my question is this possible?
they cant prove that i bought the guitar right?Like i wouldn't have to pay tariffs or customs on it if i drove it across?
MY GEAR:
IBANEZ RGT42DX
Crate GT65
Digitech RP200 effects pedal

ESP LTD B-50
Peavey Max 112

Shure SM-58
#2
Im sure you could do that. Just when you cross back over and they ask you if you are bringing anything back, dont mention the guitar. I dont think they would mind anyway, but its not worth the risk of losing it if you just bought it.
#3
You shouls be fine, the border patrol is pretty soft on instument smugglers anyway.
#5
Yeah, just say you already owned it and that you are just going back to Canada.
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#6
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Yeah, just say you already owned it and that you are just going back to Canada.



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