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Hello

I'm thinking of applying for corp credit at sam ash because im building a studio. However I couldn't find any post regarding them can anyone point me in the right direction so I can read up on it. Or has anyone applied with sam ash before?

 

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pretty much all of these music stores (samash, 8thstreet, sweetwater, full compass, ams, mf/gc, etc...) only have a consumer based credit card (mainly through GE)

 

the ge-based consumer cards are fairly easy to get.

 

you can consider opening an amazon business acct (also GE) and ordering through amazon; as all these stores sell through them.

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JandR has nothing to do with what the OP wanted.

 

^ FYI: JR corp accounts do not look @ business credit anyways, what they do is check your bank account for overdrafts and require a large avg. balance. $50k or more sounds good... or don't look at them for credit.

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Just to clarify one thing for the OP:

 

Someone above mentioned consumer finance at various music establishments being mostly GE-based. I'm not sure about the ones they mentioned, but since you asked about Sam Ash in particular: both SA and Guitar Center consumer finance is through HSBC.

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