#1
I bought a guitar from a garage sell and it has messed up frets.
They don't have any gaps on them that prevent me from bending but the frets are full of tiny scratches, and I believe this is why I am getting a grinding noise.
Is there a way to fit this?
#2
Quote by teddy_baca
I bought a guitar from a garage sell and it has messed up frets.
They don't have any gaps on them that prevent me from bending but the frets are full of tiny scratches, and I believe this is why I am getting a grinding noise.
Is there a way to fit this?


New frets.
#3
[quote="'[VictorinoX"]']New frets.

^ fret dress first.
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#5
I bought an Epiphone acoustic and it has this problem, a fret (the 17th if im not mistaken) is a bit flat on one side and it has small gaps,
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#6
try new strings 1st only god knows how long they were on there
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