I was in the market for a Marcus Miller bass this past Wednesday and ordered this one (Fender Marcus Miller Signature Jazz Bass Electric Bass Guitar) off the GC site. A couple hours later, I get a call from a rep. "Hello? Are you ______ that order the MM bass?" "Yes" "Uh--- yeah there's something wrong with the frets. Uh, the 'bass guys' here say the frets are uh- worn. So it's unable to be sold" The dude on the phone didn't sound like he knew what he was talking about and kinda sounded like he was being instructed to tell me this against his judgement. So I ask him to put me through to the 'bass guys' and have them describe what they mean by "worn". I get put on hold for about 20 minutes, I hang up and call back, then I'm told that they'll call me right back. I wait about 45 minutes before giving up on the whole thing, they had already realeased my money so I was just going to buy another one from a different store. Funny thing is when they finally did call me back I was on the phone with the other store buying another hahaha To me it sounded like somebody at that store wanted the bass so they came up with a bull excuse (which explains the long delay in a detailed explanation) for why it can't be sold. Same thing happened to a friend of mine that said he ordered a pedal that the employee wanted so he refused to ship it to my friend. Another thing the corroborates my theory is, it's sill 'for sale'. So obviously there's something not right here. Just wanted to warn y'all!