I completely agree. 99% of the guys working at my local Guitar Center wouldn't know how to identify a high end classical guitar if it hit them in the face. If and when they ever get a half way decent classical (lets say over $2000), they let people abuse it. It ends up with belt buck scratches, pick stratches from strumming etc.... I've told them repeatedly that its such a shame that they let people abuse their guitars for sale, but their response is that we need to let the customers play them (usually unsupervised). I've seen the sales guys do string changes on classicals and swap out the saddles from other classicals hanging on the wall as if it was no big deal!circle1 wrote:Guitar Center abuses their guitars and takes no care of them at all. Who knows where that guitar sat and for how long before it made its way to Philly? Take them up on the new guitar offer and hope for the best. Buying a guitar from Guitar Center is a major buyer beware situation. At least they are doing right by you on this one.
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