#1
i recently bought an american deluxe strat.. so ive been messing around a few minutes go and was soling and i bent my G string up on the 16th fret and it felt wierd. I looked at the metal things that seperate the frets and theres a dent in it. Every time i bend the g string it goes inside the dent and it feels wierd.... i can probably get used to it but is it a problem i should take to guitar center to get it fixed?
#3
is it too late to take back? ive had it for a few weeks. i didnt notice it then because it was so small.
#4
never to late
say your not leaving the store until you get a new one and also something free for your troubles (more for me)

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#5
depends on where you bought it, my local shop has 15 year warranty, no questions asked. Most places are pretty good about stuff like that.
#7
its fairly obvious to the trained eye if a particular type of damage was caused recently or earlier. the dudes at the store will probably believe you.
#8
Quote by kianian
aww but its my baby. ive gotten attatched to her ): lol



oooh....

in that case, get the fret replaced. you'll pay though.
#9
well is it a big enuff damage that i must replace it? i really like my guitar lol and not having it for a few weeks to wait for a new one will kill me
#10
Quote by kianian
aww but its my baby. ive gotten attatched to her ): lol

lol, thats happens to me sometimes, when i have to take stuff back, i don't want to
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