Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, Dec 2, 2013.
Oh, they're the worst.
That's why customers act the way they do: companies reward them for their bad tempers, so the message they have learned is that you can get anything you want by intimidation and anger.
Look at the bright side Steve , At least there is no claim that the disc is trying to drag the listener into black magic
Absolutely spot on. Stuns me how weak managers can be when it comes to these matters. There's genuine complaints and there's people that are (as they say on Scotland) ripping the pish. The genuine complaints are actually few and far between, and yet one manager I know constantly allows 'We'll do it as a one-off' special gestures... They're never just one-offs and the customers, let alone fraudsters, know all about how easy it is to get away with murder! You'd think management would be interested in profit protection...
P.S . Johnny cash is one of my favorite artists, a real legend.
Which was funny, because mine actually was defective, skipped horribly all the way through. Got a replacement from the CD place in Tallahassee, no extra charge.
I was working in a record store during the "Trip hop" trend... many people came back with their CD's: "My CD is scratched, I can hear the "clic's and pop's".
Mr. Hoffman, I actually preferred your work in "The Master" and "Before The Devil Knows You're Dead".
He must of had the jambalaya last time.
Steve, when are you going to do Sticky Fingers and Abbey Road??
Try convincing him of that!
It would be interesting to see what "cable guy" made of your remastering of Crosby, Stills and Nash's debut album. Reduced bass compared with the last Rhino remaster, which has overwhelming bass.
I read a few of those gripes and all I gotta say is, "Tough crowd."
I'd shoot a reply back,
"Thanks for interest in our product. Due to the First World
nature of your concern, we are enclosing a free one way
ticket to Iraq, our compliments. Enjoy your stay."
Those techniques are not limited to retail customers. I see that attitude in all aspects of life these days.......
I would like to know the brand name of his audiophile wire so I know never to buy it.
I also know and understand that you are too professional and decent to share that info.
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