#1
I just bought a strat from GC. Yesterday actually.

The action on it is BAAD. At least two of the strings need to be adjusted.

If I bring it in, do you think they'll cover it?

Thanks.
#3
If for some reason they don't fix it, just return it and tell them you'll take your business elsewhere. I don't really forsee you having a problem, though.
#4
Yeah they'll fix it for you. If the guys at your store decide not to for some reason, then just return it. They have a 30 day return policy.
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#5
Come on. Action and intonation are hardly difficult to sort out yourself. 30 mins max. Truss rod is a different matter if you are inexperienced, but those two can be corrected and ballenced with ease.
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#6
Isn't this a very good reason for not buying guitars over the Internet, if you do not have the relevant experience to sort out any set up problems then just don't do it.
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#7
well, the point would be for them to show me how to do so.

i didnt buy it online either. i just didn't notice the action in-store. or i kinda did, but i was in a rush and decided to not worry about it for the time being. it wouldnt have stopped me from buying the strat anyways.
#8
Action should be very easy just use an allen wrench on the saddles to lower them to the correct height may want to use a ruler to make sure all your sting heights are even. here is a tutorial
Guitar Setup Tutorial