#1
I'm going to buy a Schecter Hellraiser (the one without the Floyd Rose) but I found one that has a Floyd and has a little air bubble on the side of the neck at the 24th fret. Would this cause problems with my guitar or would it just be there and do nothing?
#2
It's probably just a paint blemish when being painted, nothing to worry about really.
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#4
point it out to the clerks and ask for a discount or something
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#5
Try the discount, or see if you can pop it. Try it out as well to see if there are any unnatural sounds.
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#7
Tell the clerk "there's not enough air bubbles..." you'll save money for 23 ruined frets instead of 1 =D
#8
Scrape the bubble off, and refinish that area.
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