Thats great to hear. Way to go. Who knows how much joy you just made available to those other people.I bought 8 , and gave two away to some kids starting out, setup and resold three for beginners (zero profit) and kept three.
Ok this is real science here. Don’t know what it’s going to tell us except that we are keen on guitars. For this to work you need to enter the total number of guitar purchases. In the event of a guitar purchased and then returned to the vendor for refund that’s a net zero. Guitar purchased, returned and exchanged for another that’s a ONE, not a two. But if you bought one, then SOLD it and bought something you liked more that’s obviously TWO. If you bought it in December but didn’t receive it in 2021 that still counts as a 2021 purchase. If you bought more than 5 just enter two figures in the poll, eg 8 = 5 AND 3.
If you bought more than 9 just post 5 and 4 and then post again…..and then get some counseling.
This might be an eye opener.
Down for six, voted twice.
No not about net gains but about distinct purchases. If you bought five and ended up selling four of them on, thats still 5 purchases.Sorry, is this a balance question (ie: 2 out, 3 in=1 for the poll answer) or just gross new guitars? I was on the negative for last year if we're talking net...
Yeah, goodness me, you are outside of the box to be sure. I’d say you are an outlier…. But probably not to your face. Im really non confrontational. Id say thats a solid “1” because you bought enough gear to make one guitar and the other bits are components to start or complete other projects.I haven't technically bought "a guitar" since 2019 but in '21 I bought three necks, one body, several sets of tuners and a few pickups & small parts.
So I figured four halves makes two?
Last year was kind of a blur too so there's that...
Yeah, goodness me, you are outside of the box to be sure. I’d say you are an outlier…. But probably not to your face. Im really non confrontational. Id say thats a solid “1” because you bought enough gear to make one guitar and the other bits are components to start or complete other projects.
So to keep the science straight its a “1” in my opinion.