Thanks for your reply and pics. The serial number and model number looks to be engraved with a bunch of dots, and of course the low price has me weary. Doe the serial number look legit?
Looks the same to me?Thanks for your reply and pics. The serial number and model number looks to be engraved with a bunch of dots, and of course the low price has me weary. Doe the serial number look legit?
It's genuine. The flower pattern engraving is exactly the same as on my horn. (so much for the custom moniker) . Plus the key-work all looks right as well. Anyway, I actually used a magnifying glass on the serial number and the stamp is a little strange, almost like it's engraved but no way anyone's hand is that good to engrave that cleanly. Maybe it's laser engraved on a CNC? I would say that it's a great price for that horn but pictures can't tell you how it plays ...Can one of you experts take a look at this? Is this a real 875EX?
That has not been my experience. I received a National resonator guitar (in its case) that was loose in the packing box. Since UPS packed it, they were quite willing to refund the cost of the instrument, but it was trashed.
Are they going to wedge keys and ensure it cant move inside the case? Thats more than I would expect from UPS to be honest.
This makes me cringe. I shipped a set of golf clubs to my son and had UPS pack them. Two of the clubs ended up getting damaged. My son didn't notice until about a month later when he went to use them. I have received quite a few damaged items shipped by UPS. If you can, open and inspect your package before the driver leaves. Good luck!