- Oct 7, 2007
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Agreed, unless the guitar absolutely blows away the OP and they can’t imagine finding anything like it again, and thus has no plans to ever sell it. It doesn’t make much sense to go for it and risk taking a hit or a loss when it comes time to re-sell.I'd walk away from that one for sure.
I'd really look for something else.
I would never want to be stuck with a cracked headstock LP I paid too much for, if and when I'd have to sell it.
There are far too many good guitars and deals out there with enough searching around and waiting.
As for negotiating price with guitar center, it never hurts to ask. But I’ve rarely seen them budge, even when they know something is overpriced. There’s been used guitars listed in their website for almost brand new price. Pretty sure one is listed priced higher than brand new retail value.