#1
Man it is really ****ed up at this point and I dunno what to do about it. I have a Epiphone les paul junior which sucks. At first it kept having this weird buzz/rattling noise on the G string. So I adjusted the bridge and lowered the pickups a little bit and after a while it was fixed. But the guitar itself sounds , plays, and feels worse then ever. I am done with this damn guitar. I ****ing hate this guitar. It's bad enough it's too small for my hands. But to add insult something is always wrong with it. I'm done with that ****.
#2
cant tell what's wrong with it from your description. what exactly "feels" bad? or plays bad about it? have you replaced the strings recently? mabe take your guitar to a shop?
#3
just get a new guitar instead of bitching to the pit
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#4
The strings are fine. I was having that problem before i replace the strings anyway. It's really the action that's a bit higher then what I want. But if I lower the bridge it'll get that noise again. I dunno what to do about it now.

And yes I feel like throwing this **** in the trash. It's a good beginner guitar but I need something better at this point.
#5
I had a similar problem on my Epiphone Firebird. Only I had buzzing on my E and A strings.
So I took it back to the shop for repair.
I was told it would take 4 or 5 days. It's been over two weeks now and I still haven't gotten it back.
#7
It's not that they're trying to 'play' you. It's one part them being busy and two parts them not caring that much about your cheap-o guitar.
#9
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Man it is really ****ed up at this point and I dunno what to do about it. I have a Epiphone les paul junior which sucks. At first it kept having this weird buzz/rattling noise on the G string. So I adjusted the bridge and lowered the pickups a little bit and after a while it was fixed. But the guitar itself sounds , plays, and feels worse then ever. I am done with this damn guitar. I ****ing hate this guitar. It's bad enough it's too small for my hands. But to add insult something is always wrong with it. I'm done with that ****.


Buzz so you lowered your pickups? Sounds like you need someone who knows what they're doing to have a look at it.
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#10
You probably screwed your bridge up somehow. Make sure its level and the action is how you want it. I would probably raise the pickups back up, lol. After you do this, check your neck to see if you need a T-rod adjustment. My personal suggestion is to take it to a guitar tech, have him fix it and explain to you what he did so you can learn a little bit.