devilmaycrykid
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#1
I had a problem where the 24th fret wouldn't bend without dying out and this one does that as well. I had them both set up so I'm guessing its the 27 frets making the 24th sound bad. Anyone have this problem?
Dave_Mc
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#2
probably a high fret
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devilmaycrykid
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#3
On both? The guitar tech said Ibanez does things like that often lol
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#4
Have the frets checked with a fret level (basically a thin, steel ruler). If it isn't a high fret, then you may have a small twist in your neck. A little bit of truss rod adjustment fixes that easily. I had the same issue with a B.C. Rich a while back. 1/4 turn and all was well.
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Dave_Mc
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#5
Quote by devilmaycrykid
On both? The guitar tech said Ibanez does things like that often lol


well i'm guessing they don't intentionally make 27 fret guitars where the 24th fret isn't usable But i could be wrong
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