Was online shopping (didn't buy anything, though). Came across the above instruments. You'd agree (especially Ibanez fans) that the guitars on Side A are the same guitars on Side B, less the finish options but prices are different. Why the fuss?
Not fussing but online business entities can do better with pricing consistencies. As an Ibanez fan, I know these guitars were released at a different time hence the different pricing with reference to the currency rates of that particular year of release. Maybe it helps if there's a reconciliation of sorts in terms of price. There're implications when you stock the same items sporting two different prices. At the very least, it affects the business' goodwill. No offence to the business entity concerned but at this day & age, buyers are wary of the seller's reputation.