#1
Hi Guys my friend recently gave me a stagg Stratocaster Red edition and i realised the neck is slightly bent halfway in and there is no diffrence in playing it you can barely tell but the strings are to low to the fret bars and it makes a rattling noice but if there too high it makes them sound flat any help guys cheerz xD
#2
Bring it to a tech and get the frets filed and action adjusted or just get a new neck.
#3
Fret the first fret, now keeping it fretted, use your other hand to fret the 19th fret of the same string. Now look at the 7th fret. How much space is there between the string and the fret?

Post back with the answer.
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#4
or you can always sell it
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#5
Quote by whoahesgood
or you can always sell it


...or you can fix it...
You can call me Aaron.


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#6
I don't think its worth spending all that money to fix up a Stagg guitar. You'll end up spending more then the guitar is worth.
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#7
Burn it.

Surprised it hasn't given you splinters yet

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#8
Quote by biga29
Fret the first fret, now keeping it fretted, use your other hand to fret the 19th fret of the same string. Now look at the 7th fret. How much space is there between the string and the fret?

Post back with the answer.


about a milimeter