Yeah, and it's even worse when it says right there on my phone that the item I want IS IN stock, AT THIS LOCATION, for a sale price "available today for in store pickup".Really? They've never, ever, ever, EVER had anything I was remotely interested in in-stock.
sellers on Craigslist don't let you show up and beat the hell out of something before you buy it. So I, for one, am glad GC is sticking around. I don't need musicians to tell me what to buy, I am perfectly capable of doing that on my own. I just need some pimple faced kid who can operate the register to take my money when I find what I want, and the occasional manager to haggle with over the price of used gear.
I look at basses, keyboards, interfaces, PA's, amps, guitars, and pretty much everything else, as well as drums and cymbals.Really? They've never, ever, ever, EVER had anything I was remotely interested in in-stock.
I hit the immediate ones I can, then volunteer to drive when my wife and other family members want to go shopping where we know there are other music stores. I’m offering a service you see! LOL!!!Nice! Exactly how do you manage to make that happen?!?
If it were me, my wife would make it endless family and sheer boredom for hours on end... not drum shops! :-(