Made the mistake of ordering a used amplifier from GC online sight unseen (except for the one picture in the listing). I had it shipped from one store to another, so I can't really blame the store I picked it up from since it was still packaged. The condition was listed as good, functioning but with scratches/dents. However, when I got it unpacked and tested it, obviously the speaker is broken (sounds terrible and distorted, but sounds fine when bypassed with headphones). Additionally, when the treble EQ is turned up it becomes noisy, and when the reverb control is turned up it picks up interference (radio and whatnot). I have contacted customer service and asked about refunds/returns/repair. I am worried that even with a refund I will lose the money I spent on shipping. Has anyone had similar experiences? I would love some tips or advice. If you are curious, it is an old Roland Cube 60 Keyboard Combo (CK60). I have been wanting one of these old cubes for a while now since they are the perfect size for a practice amp and within my small budget. I was originally going to buy one of the orange bass models, but I found this cheap silver keyboard one that I figured I could use for keyboard, guitar, bass, or whatever really. The speaker is 12", and maybe I could take the path of replacing it if it is not too expensive. Anyone have speaker suggestions? Could it be another problem? I am pretty sour about the whole thing right now hence this post... I suppose this is what I get for buying used gear online and for trusting GC (they even listed it as an "Acoustic Guitar Combo" so they must be clueless). Anyways, what should I do? Return it and lose money over the whole thing? Keep it and spend more money on repairs? Use it with headphones only? Use it as an expensive side table or foot rest? Try before you buy!