I cruised a Mr. Money pawn shop today in Loveland, Co. They have a used Mustang I there for $50 ! Other than dusty, it looks perfect. You can put anything on 3 month layaway for 7% down. I just bought my M III there a month or so ago, brand new for $200 (I'm not affiliated with them in anyway) I don't know that it has the footswitch. Didn't ask. Here was my experience with Mr Money. A couple years ago they got a shipment of several brand new Mustang amps, at least one of every model. They had them priced just a few dollars higher than Guitar Center. I knew I'd get one sooner or later, probably the Mustang 1 just for home practice. Back in March, I stopped by the Mr. Money and asked if they had any Mustangs left, preferably the M-1. They told me "NO", and they'd been out of them for a few months. I walk out, and stopped to look around their display window facing the outside. Up on a high shelf, off in the corner, sure enough there's a Mustang amp with a $200 price tag. I figured it was a M-II because they're about the same size as the MIII's and Mr. Money used to sell their M2's for $209 or something like that. No big deal, I didn't want to spend that much. I'm thinking "Those dummies they don't even know what's on their own inventory !" A week or two later, now I'm in the market for a used Boss compressor/ sustainer peddle. I swing by Mr. Money to look around again. Sure enough, there's that Mustang way up in the Display case window you can only see from outside of the store. Once inside the store I said " remember I was asking about Fender Mustang amps a couple weeks ago and you told me you didn't have any?" "Yeah" he says. " Well there's one sitting up in your outside display case". Before I had a chance to tell him I saw it there two weeks earlier, he say's " oh yeah, I think we just got that in". ........Not to embarrass this guy, I let that one go. I asked " That's a Mustang II right?" He says " yeah, it looks like one". I asked him to bring it down so I could get a closer look. It's a Mustang III with a $200 price tag. The place was crowded and this guy was in an obvious hurry. I took it over to the counter to put it on layaway. AT the counter, I mentioned to the cashier that the tag says the amp is brand new and it had the original tags wrapped on it. I asked where the footswitch, USB cable, cord and disk were. I showed him one tag that had these accessories listed. He says " we keep them in the back, and I know we have it". Being they were crazy busy, I took his word and put it on layaway. After I first posted here about this new amp layaway day, members here cautioned me about making sure that it worked properly and didnt' have the Fizz problem. So I go back to the store a few days later and ask to have a closer look and try it out. A different guy behind the counter says " We keep our layaway stuff all the way in the back and we don't bring the item out until you pay it off and are ready to pick it up. " I nicely explained to him that it was really busy the day I put it on layaway and didn't get a chance to try it out. He said " if you change your mind, we'll give you a store credit". OK, now I'm getting pissed. He refused to go back to let me look at what I bought. I told him I wasn't interested in a store credit if it didn't work. He referred me to my contract which backed up what he said. Shame on me for not reading the details 1st. Then I politely asked to see the accessories that came with the amp, being they "were too busy" to show me when I came in before. He says " there are no accessories." Now I'm really pissed and getting ready to come unglued arguing loudly that their employee lied to me. While I'm arguing with this guy, a customer standing in front of a glass case, (where they keep the guitar pedals locked up) is waving at me trying to get my attention. I said excuse me to the counter guy, I walk over to the case and this customer says " I think this might be what you're talking about". SURE ENOUGH !! There's the brand new box with all the Mustang III accessories. The pedal, the usb cable, the disc, a manual, the whole ten yards! They've got a $50 price tag on it ! Those freaking crooks!!! I come unglued yelling " here's the accessory box that goes with my amp! You guys were trying to sell it out from under me !! People were all turning around staring. The counter guy didn't know what to say, so he opened the case, I grabbed the box and pulled the $50 tag off of it and demanded that he put that in the back with my amp. He didn't say a word and walked it back there. I put more money down on it, wrote on the receipt every item that was included and had him sign it. He still refused to show me the amp which made me nervous. No apology...nothing. I got it out shortly after this. Luckily, thank God there was nothing wrong with it. At my age, there is no excuse for blindly trusting people that they won't try to screw you. That never used to be a problem in this town, but obviously we are living in a different era. So, if you get this Mustang I for $50, make sure they SHOW you the footpedal and make sure it is listed on the receipt. For $50 though, if it didn't have the footswitch, you'd pay another $25 or so for one. That's still a fair deal being the amp appears to be in great shape. If there's one in the glass case, tell them it belongs with YOUR amp!! Those lousy, no good crooks!