#1
I posted a thread recently, and it seems my guitar has a potentially lethal virus.
The symptoms are piling up and getting worse D:

Today, other then the warbling sound and not staying in tune, I noticed that on the high e string, the 17th fret is a whole fret lower then it should be, and the 18th fret is spot on pitch wise for what the 17th fret should be. I figured this out whilst running through arpeggios.
Also, the warbling and not staying in tune has progressed to the G string.

WHAT DO! My guitar seems like its on its last legs.
HALP!
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Gear:

Guitar(s): .Shecter Tempest EXTREMEEEEEE
--------------Maton CW-80

Amplification: Randall RG75 G3
#3
That's the thing, I can't see anything out of the ordinary, and I have no clue what's causing it.

EDIT: Whatever it is, is very small.
Its the guitar in my sig.
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Gear:

Guitar(s): .Shecter Tempest EXTREMEEEEEE
--------------Maton CW-80

Amplification: Randall RG75 G3
#5
Well I've had the guitar for nearly five years now, and well... I've had it set up and set it up many times before.
The action seems fine, no fret buzz whatsoever - I like my action high.
As for the tuners it seems plausable, they are stock standard.
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Gear:

Guitar(s): .Shecter Tempest EXTREMEEEEEE
--------------Maton CW-80

Amplification: Randall RG75 G3
#7
Quote by Nimbus456
Well I've had the guitar for nearly five years now, and well... I've had it set up and set it up many times before.
The action seems fine, no fret buzz whatsoever - I like my action high.
As for the tuners it seems plausable, they are stock standard.


I'd change out those tuners first, might help with tuning stability, and also, the nut might be causing a bind every time you bend a string, so maybe a graphtech nut.

You can find some decent tuners from AllParts, I have a set of mini tuners from them, $35 and after 3 years they are still like brand new.