#1
I was trying to play the solo to Cemetery Gates, and i got to the part where he goes:

e:-21-14-16-21-14-16-21-14-

But when i tried to play the 21st fret, all i got was the sound of the 22nd fret
In order to get the actual 21st fret sound, i have to hit it at precisely the correct spot. If im even slightly off, itll just change to the 22nd.
I dont think this happens on any other frets.
I dont think the neck is curved, but i cant be sure. I lined up a straight piece of wood on the frets while the strings were off, and it looked straight, but idk for sure.
Any ideas of whats wrong and how to fix it?

Using an epi lp standard
#2
raised fret?
Check the 22nd fret, it may have popped out of the board a bit.
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#3
You may need to raise the action slightly, sounds like you're fretting out.
#4
Your problem is that you try to lure people into watching your poor cover of a John Petrucci solo by using a fake-link, and thus realising yourself, that the COVER is poor, and that you NEED to lure people in to watch it.

Also, get someone able to look at your frets and neck, which you are not; For example, don't take the strings of to measure neck bow.
#5
Quote by Y00p
Your problem is that you try to lure people into watching your poor cover of a John Petrucci solo by using a fake-link, and thus realising yourself, that the COVER is poor, and that you NEED to lure people in to watch it.

Also, get someone able to look at your frets and neck, which you are not; For example, don't take the strings of to measure neck bow.


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