Actually a good point. The Liquids are larger-bodied guitars and seem to cost a lot more to ship. I just checked an Agile AD-201 (like a Les Paul) and the shipping would be only $19.13 to me. In other words, don't let the shipping charges deter you .I just checked it across the board (which is kind of hard because the Rondo site is so slow).
Strat/Tele’s start at $16, and it goes up to $37 for basses (for me).
Watched a youtube video awhile back, where a guy was selling a "brand new" high dollar Strat. He mentioned multiple times, as he was handling and demonstrating the guitar, that it was "brand new". He even mentioned that he opened up all of the case candy and checked it out. At the end of the video he mentioned once again, that this was a chance to buy this "brand new" guitar.
I don't know for sure where you draw the line, but to me, that was definitely a used guitar.
A local store owner told me he could legally only give me a price for a used item, saying it had been, more or less , previously owned (by me) and he had to comply with his state's standards.
Thank you. That makes perfect sense.The difference is that you, a non-commercial entity, were selling a pedal to him, a commercial entity. So as far as he was concerned, the pedal was already purchased at retail and is no longer new. On eBay, even individual is a "Store," so the definition of "brand new" is different.
Maybe a demo but legally they are still considered new I think because ownership has not changed.Any music shop with instruments hanging on wall that anybody can play ....... are used /demo IMHO .