guitar8va wrote:Now that I have bought the guitar and have done some more indepth looking, it seems that $1200 is about the going rate for this guitar.
GuitarVlog wrote:Sorry, I wasn't clear about my question. It was in regards to this statement:
lam wrote:People use this method of marketing because it often works on the compulsive buyer. They make you think you are getting a deal so fantastic that you need to buy it before somebody else does. I am sure you realize now that you have to do your homework before, rather than after, the fact. Always remember that if a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is. All that being said, if you really like the instrument, and I am sure you do or you wouldn't have made the purchase, then you probably paid a fair price for it, so enjoy it and consider it an inexpensive lesson. It may not be the deal you thought you were getting but I have played many $5000+ instruments for which I wouldn't give $500.
all the best,
Whooper wrote:Hey, I am not a Yairi fan though, below are for you info.
How much she ranks in her birthplace?
New Yen 240,000 - 170,000 (discounted)
Used Yen 110,000
Today almost Yen 94 per US$.
This model wears laminated Jakaranda in her body and back. Is there any inconvenience at the U.S.-Canada customs clearance?
guitar8va wrote:I ordered some guitar books from the US and the duties I had to pay almost doubled the cost of the books.
Whooper wrote:"Doo itshi mashite" or you are most welcome or de nadaguitar8va wrote:I ordered some guitar books from the US and the duties I had to pay almost doubled the cost of the books.
Huh? I sometimes buy books from U.S. and Europe but haven't paid any import tax nor customs brokerage. Your Queen doesn't like Uncle Sam's stuff?
Anyway Yairi is highly reputated in both Japan and foreign countries. After the end of WW II, Yairi has produced hundreds of classical, accoustic, semi-electric, and electric guitars. Check her cautiously again
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