#1
Hey guys, just wondering if it's normal for a music store purchased guitar to have a few minor dings on it even though it's brand new. I just bought a Jackson KE3 with the skull finish and I found a minor chip on the body. It's tiny and it doesn't really bother me much, but I'm still just wondering if this is common. Thanks.
#2
yeah, people use them in the store all the time, so they're not really "brand new"
unless it wasn't out for display
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#3
Shouldn't be, unless its been out on display. People might want to try it out and they might hit it against something. When i got mine, it came straight from the dealer to my local shop, and to my house. So it was in the box the whole time.
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#4
Yes, it was out on display. All of the guitars for sale in my local guitar shop are put up on display so you can play it before you buy it.
#5
yeah. ask for a discount, some shopkeeps will point out defects and offer you a discount before you get a chance to ask
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#6
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yeah. ask for a discount, some shopkeeps will point out defects and offer you a discount before you get a chance to ask


Thats what I would suggest. I always buy floor model guitars because you can gage the quality if the wood whereas you cant ordering it completely new, so I would ask for a discount.