#2
Contact them.. and ask for their trade prices. Obviously.
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#3
hm...try contacting the companies i guess

good luck with the store though
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#5
you need a dealers license. i.e. oyu must be a licensed esp dealer.

btw, where are you located. i have trouble imagining someone would go to a store with jsut those kinds of guitars.
#6
Quote by RageAgainst...
hm...try contacting the companies i guess

good luck with the store though


thanks,
we basically did it for out love of music and the scarcity of metal here in Kentucky, USA

Edit: So far me and my father have just made plans for our store and have already some rough guitars that my dad made to start out with. So, it might be a while before we're actually settled in our own store
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#7
Quote by chea_man
you need a dealers license. i.e. oyu must be a licensed esp dealer.

btw, where are you located. i have trouble imagining someone would go to a store with jsut those kinds of guitars.

i quoted it becasue i think you missed it.

YOU NEED A DEALER LISCENSE.
if you didnt need one, we could all go and buy guitars really cheao straight from the factory.
#8
contact them, tell them you'd like to become a licensed dealer, they'll probably call you
#9
You need to pay ESP/Kramer/Whatever an amount of money to become one of their dealers.
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#10
To contact them, check out their websites and Call them up. Let them know you want to become a dealer for them and then they will tell you what the next steps are.

I like your idea, but I think you should broaden your selection a little more than ESP, Hamer, and Jackson.

Good luck to you.
#12
yea good idea dude, you're starting a store with only metal guitars out of love for metal, and because no one around your area plays metal. i'm sure opening a shop with those guitars will just magically start everyone playing metal.

or you might just not sell any guitars and be out a ****load of money because you tried to start a business for which there is no market.