#1
I know Musician's Friend is an OK place to buy guitars, but I was wondering...
Is using their credit card thing a good deal? Like, will I end up paying a billion dollars in interest over the price of the guitar? Or should I just wait until I have the total amount of cash to just buy the guitar straight up? Cuz I only have like half of it now.
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#3
I haven't decided between a Dean Razorback or ML. But it's basically the same price either way.
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#4
Don't do it, you'll end up paying out your ass with interest.

Besides, (and I mean this in the nicest way possible) you probably aren't old enough to do it. Just save your money, you will be much more satisfied that way, and will pay less money.
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#5
Probably be best to save up till you got it all I'd say, don't want any nasty supprises or anything..
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#6
you're 16, there is no way you can get a credit card from them.

Look at American Musical, you still need a debit card but mayeb your parents will put one up. They have 3 month and 5 month payment plans depending on the price.
#7
musiciansfriend is a good place to buy form but u willpay alot of intrest try to borrow yoru parents credit card