mstreck Posted November 17, 2003 Share Posted November 17, 2003 I passed a Guitar Center while on the way back from a Mike Keneally clinic on Saturday. I stopped there with my wife and intended on actually shopping for the American Fat Strat that I've been on the lookout for... until we got in the door. We ended up leaving instead of shopping because of all the racket - kids hacking out power chord riffs on amps cranked to 10 and a guy on bass cranking it out at "11". And this guy worked there! What was he thinking? My wife ended up with a headache so my shopping trip was about 5 minutes long. I found the guitar I was looking for but it would have been a waste of time to plug it in. I wouldn't have been able to hear it unless I cranked it up to 10 and I wasn't about to do that to the customers who could still hear. What's up with that? GC could have made close to a thoudand dollars if I would have liked that guitar enough after playing it. Instead they let non-buying customers chase us out the door. Is it just me or does everyone have this experience when they go into GC??? Mike Petting Hendrix Do you know what it's like to fall in the mud and get kicked in the head by an iron boot? Of course you don't--no one does--that never happens. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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