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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Achyskic, Jun 4, 2014.
I just ordered a new trem cover and Fender has really stepped up their packaging.
I like the way something new happens every 2 weeks or so, now, for Fender.
Isn't that very wasteful packaging? I hate those plastic blister packs that need a pair of strong scissors to open them. What's wrong with packaging made out of recyclable cardboard?
Yes, and you should switch to acoustic guitar because you must hate those wasteful electricity gobbling tube amps. Oh, was that a holier than thou comment? Sorry, I take it back.
I love the vintage packaging. Looks straight outta 1954.
No it wasn't. I just hate those plastic blister packs in so many ways. They're unnecessary & wasteful.
Bet there are tons of injuries from trying to get into those dam things. A buddy almost cut his finger off once.
I hate those things too, but it looks like this is one of those where the cardboard slides onto the back and is held there with staples.
How's this for annoying...
ahahaha. Maybe they think people will just keep buying another one and another one to open the last one they bought. Forever.
Yes it does and where I live that packaging is 100% recyclable so... good!
Actually they are. Vendors are under pressure from retailers to offer their small high theft items with some type of deterrent. Those blister packs makes those items less attractive for theft by increasing the bulk and making it a challenge to remove the bulky packaging.
They have, and btw it isnt a blister pack, it is just stapled on and you can just slide the cardboard out.
And yeah, let's not talk about green, when we are all playing dead trees....
This is brilliant.
I use tin snips to open them. Works the best of anything I've ever tried.
Poultry shears get the job done too.
Pfft, just slice the whole thing open at once with hedge clippers.