3 things on EPG pricing: 1. The guitar you’re waiting to receive is $500 cheaper on the downloaded price list on his website. Have a look, $10,000 vs $10,500 he quoted to you. 2. When I asked for a case study it was priced at $11,500, but a very similar guitar got shipped to the local store for the equivalent of $9,989. But if you look on the price list to build a guitar in the same spec, it’s $7,500. But it’s not called a “case study”. I don’t know if it’s magic wood that’s missing but it’s the same species of wood, same spec, etc. 3. I think JPH118 had the same issue, when I was thinking about and inquiring about the spec of the guitar whilst it was just an order on a form, I was quoted ever increasing prices for things that were not supposed to cost extra. That stopped me changing my mind about the spec after the invoice was made.