#1
I really would rather not have a tech do this, because with your help I could easily do it myself.

How Exactly (Step By Step) would I un-stick my tone knob?

Here's the problem detailed in a previous post

"Ok so, this a new guitar btw...

The tone knob won't go all the way back (will go to full but not to 0). I think it COULD, but there's resistance about a 1/4 of the way down and I don't want to force it and accidentally break anything."

Keep in mind, it's not normal knob friction, its like theres something in the way or the knob and pot are rubbing the wrong way...I can't say for sure what it is, just tell me how to fix it.

Thanks in advance!
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#2
If it's a new guitar, your best bet is to return it and have the store take care of it. It could be a foreign object blocking the pot, it could be a defective wiper assembly, it could be any number of things. If you attempt to do it yourself and mess it up, the warranty may not cover it.

The fact that you're asking is good, but it also tells me that you need to take it back for repair.
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