- Dec 7, 2011
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- Vicenza, ITA
Europe sucks, but we get the best Schecter imports babe
Random bout of speculation:
Sweetwater doesn’t have any of the KM MkIII models in stock right save for one or two demo models. It also doesn’t say the typical “More On Order. Notify me when in stock”, and instead claims that “while this isn’t an item we normally stock”, etc.
Here’s to hoping that means they have to generate new SKUs for updated models coming later this year and that’s why they aren’t using the usual info on the product page.
It's a metal guitar, there's no place for those here in Italy.Still waiting that Italy gets a restock of Banshee GTs
That grates meIt's a metal guitar, there's no place for those here in Italy.
Nevermind shipping you still get to pay the 20% VAT, plus potential custom fees since it's over 150€ in price and whatever fees your shipping company decides to add on top of that. In the end it might relatively be worth it to go through an EU retailer; the price difference when you add everything up isn't that big, even though I do think Schecters look pretty expensive in Europe most of the time.It's probably cheaper to buy outside the EU and pay dueties at this point.
Eh, yeah...problem is $=€ nowadays, so with all added fees and costs the price gets horrible quite fast.Holy Shit!!! Wow are they sticking it to you guys That is $2600 USD.
It's probably cheaper to buy outside the EU and pay dueties at this point.
Yeah, that's why I say Schecter should work harder on stripped down models, outside US things get so expensive you essentially have to choose between 1.5-2.5k models with uber high specs, or beginner guitars.2.44 churros for a KM-7, man you guys got it great over there.