..and there was a used SWR Bass 350 for $200. I'm talking to the salesman about it, and I ask if he'd do a straight-up trade for my Eden WTB400. I told him that I paid $450 for this thing 2 years ago, and he says he'll give me a hundred for it. After some discussion (telling him he could EASILY get $350 for it) I got that number up to $150. That was the first crazy thing that happened. Next, I ran home to bring the WTB400 in so I could play them side-by-side to see whether or not I wanted to do the trade. I decided to try out the Bass 350 first, so we plug it in and I start playing. Immediately I heard a crackling sound. I thought at first that it may have been the cable or a blown speaker, but it did the same thing after using a different cab and cable. The guy told me it was probably the tubes in the tube preamp. I asked about replacing the tubes, and he told me that I could replace them after buying the head. I then asked about price reduction since it needs tubes, and the answer was no. I packed up my "Eden" and left. And that was my trip. May not mean much to some, but I just thought it was crazy that (1) they wouldn't lower the price even though it was broken AND (2) the fact that I would have to have it repaired after paying what was on the sticker for it because they wouldn't include tubes in the original asking price. That is all. Thanks for reading.