About 3 months ago I went into one of the local music shops, and saw a fender zone. I played on it and decided i must have it. So i trade in my ibanez sdgr 300x, and put down $200. Then I go in a week later to put another $200 down, and asked them if I could play it. So I'm sittin there jammin and notice this horrible buzz. Turns out somethings not grounded right. No big deal, I tell them and they "Yeah, we'll fix it...probably just some soder that came loose. OK cool, I somewhat trust them cause its a small city(pop. of 120,000), and I've bought an amp, acoustic bass, cables, etc... from them. So I go in about a month later and ask them if everythings ok. They assure me it is in perfect working order, and nothing to worry about. About another month and a half passes, and I'm fixing to move to Houston texas, so my mom offers to pay the last $82 and get it out for a christmas/b day present. I think "cool, I'll have my new bass". So my mom goes and gets it, then the next day I go to jam out on some tunes... and what do I hear... Buzzfest coming out of my amp. I can touch certain metal parts on the bass and hear it grounding through me. I was pretty annoyed cause the problem seemed even worse than before, but still I give them the benefit of the doubt. I took it back on Saturday, and tell them whats up, and that I'm also moving in a few days so I need is ASAP. The manager tells me the guitar tech is at lunch but will start on it as soon as he gets back. So i tell them I'll be back before they close. So i come back and talk to someone else who says the guitar tech is still trying to figure it out, and it SHOULD be done by monday, since they're closed on sundays. What really gets me is that I have to leave on Monday, so Now I'll have to wait until 5:30 to get on the road. Should I just tell them I want back the $482 and my original bass? I kind of seemed like they didn't really want to do that, although i never said anthing like that, I just got that vibe. Sorry for the long post, I'm just really pissed off, and not sure what I should do.