Another Great Experience with Sweetwater
Over the past three years I have built up such a rapport with my sales consultant at Sweetwater that our communication seems almost telepathic. I can honestly say I have ever had a bad experience with Sweetwater Guitars as a result of his efforts. Courteous, polite, responsive, knowledgeable...the list of superlatives goes on with Sweetwater's sales consultants and support staff.
Now the guitar...the best part about Sweetwater, is that what you see is what you get. And if the guitar arrives at your home and you don't like it, they will do everything humanly possible to make it right, including getting you a new axe if the one you bought just doesn't feel right, no matter how well it fits your eye.
Speaking of which, the PM 200NT is a guitar that I have had my eye on for a couple of years now (since arriving on the market). I count Gibsons, Taylors, and Martins in my collection, so the bar is pretty high for the Japanese made Ibanez. My concerns were unfounded. The hollow body arrived at my house fedex less than a week after I purchased it and played like like a dream right out of the box; that is six guitars and counting from Sweetwater where I have been completely satisfied with my purchase!
In closing, the Ibanez PM200NT is a jazz guitarist's dream - PM needs no introduction and his influence is evident in several nuances of this guitar.I think it is a collectible guitar right out of the box.
As a side note, when I take my guitars to my Luthier for set up, he always knows which ones I bought from Sweetwater - they often require little or no set up changes. That speaks very highly of their 55 step review process before shipment.
Kudos again Sweetwater!!!