This is for a friend of mine, and a warning to anyone in the UK or elsewhere who will be purchasing from Sound Control. He purchased a Schecter C1 6 months ago, and they ordered it cos they didn't have the one he wanted in stock. Months later it turned out they couldn't get it in stock, so they offered him anything in the store with no VAT and at trade price up to the value of his guitar. Again, he chose another Schecter, and they didn't seem to be able to get this in either. Here comes the fun part, he asked about the trade price on a Jackson SLSMG, and was told £100 under the asking price (£700 trade price). He phoned up another local store, and they said the trade price is £480, which begs the question, why is a chain of stores unable to get an SLSMG for the price a little local store can, and whats the £220 difference all about? Also, the finance on it (12 months interest free) has been voided due to him not getting the goods he wanted, through no fault of his own, yet the store refuses to change it back to 12 months. Here's his basic thoughts on the matter.... "now look here, as i am dissatisfied with the fact you have not provided me with the goods i asked for, i am legally entitled to sue you. what doesnt help is the fact you're bullsh*tting me over the price of this jackson, cos my tiny local shop can get them for 480, and i fail to believe that a major chain such as yourselves pays a higher price per guitar than they do" As a side note, does anyone here have info on percentages places add onto trade prices to get in store prices?