So, I've managed to "score" a deal on a Scott Cao STV 1500, Cremonese model violin for a considerable cheaper price. 25.5% discount off the MSRP to be exact, with authenticate certificate and all that shabang. The only catch is that it's a final deal.online. in California. I live in winterwonderland Minnesota. No flight ticket to go there and try it out.
Which put me in extreme agony between the John Cheng Limited Series offer by SHAR music. They apparently guarantee that their John Cheng is such a great $2500, if I'm not satisfied, not only can I return it for full refund AND pays no postage, they'd also throw in a $50 gift card for trying.
What should I do? I'm not sure how long I can hold the Scott Cao dealer, and I'm torn between this and SHAR. I don't want to let a possibly way too rare chance to slip by......Hellllppppp oooh divine violinist combined intelligence and wisdom!!!
is a 25.5% discount a good discount on a Scott Cao STV1500?
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