So today I went into a guitar store and saw a fiddle I wanted to buy. The people are very nice and told me what the guitar was. It was a really good deal IMHO and when I felt how light it was and how beautiful the neck was and how it played I said "I'll take it". The guy asked me if I wanted to plug it in and I said it was cool because some guy was playin' teh blooze and I didn't want to interupt his performance. So anyways I gave a deposit on it because I have one of those $1000/day limits on my ATM card and will bring in the extra $500 tomorrow and pick it up. Meanwhile as I'm leaving the shop teh bloozeman tells them he will have to think about it and maybe will come back over the weekend. How come people go to stores just to make it so people can't try something out they may want to buy? The store is in a rock and a tough place so I don't blame them but honestly, if I don't like something I just don't buy it. Plus, this guy chimed in on my convo with the guy working there and knew I was buying the guitar. Seeing as how he wasn't you would have thought he would have known enough to stop playing so I could check out my purchase for 3 mins. BTW I bought a '71 Black Beauty with Throwbacks and a replaced bridge.