I was in this store called Miller's Music, which is an Austin brand guitar dealer, and this couple was getting ready to buy a Fender pack for their son, when the saleman told them that the Austin would be a better buy. He told them that Fender uses plywood for their P bass bodies, but Austin uses solid ash. The couple bought the Austin and had to pay extra for the accessories. He said that he'd "saved" a bunch of parents from making the same mistake that they were getting ready to make. I pulled the dad to the side and told him that I didn't think that the guy was being level with him. My question: Was I wrong?