#1
I'm in a bit of a dilemma.

So I've been playing around and I've found the guitar I want to buy, an Ibanez SZ320. So I was going to look on Daddy's Junky Music's online catalogue to see if they still had the guitar I wanted (I believe they do) and I found something: the same chain has a used make of the guitar across the state, about a two hour drive. Should I drive two hours to save some cash? Some notes:

--The one across state is used, the one I would buy is new.
--The total savings will sum up to about $150.
--I've played the new one (and love it); I have not played the used one.
--It's an Ibanez, this might change how it's transported and stuff.

Any help? Thanks guys!
#3
You may not save anything if the used guitar is in bad condition. Ask for detailed photos first before doing anything.
#4
Quote by ibanezluvr
How much will you end up spending on gas?
Twenty bucks at most, Gas isn't the concern.

Quote by Fast_Fingers
You may not save anything if the used guitar is in bad condition. Ask for detailed photos first before doing anything.
Exactly: I might save cash if it works out but is it worth stumbling over a lemon or a ****ed up guitar?
#5
30% savings sounds like a good reason to drive a couple hours. In the fairly unlikely case the guitar doesn't live up to your expectations, buy some groceries, and write the trip off as a long-range shopping run.
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