Members BeerBaron Posted February 13, 2010 Members Share Posted February 13, 2010 I have a bit of a problem on my hands. Yesterday I traded an Epiphone telecaster copy and a Dunlop CFH wah for a set neck telecaster guitar. Off brand.. p-90 pickups and ect ect. I got it home. Played for a few... then I noticed that the wiring is not grounded at all and the frets are sharp as hell and the frets need leveling. In his exact words... He said that it was brand new. Which it sorta was. Still had the shrink wrap on the picks and rear cover plate. He didn't even have an amp for me to try it out on and I even asked if there was anything wrong with it and he said no. What do you think about this situation? I am gonna be taking it back to him tomorrow. He said he treated this deal like a pawn and has to keep my stuff for a month before he can put it out. So I mean in some sence I do have the right to take it back. But my main point is the damn this doesn't even work. Am I suppost to put 35 into wiring and 40+ for fret filing on a guitar that was listed as brand new? Clear case of false advertising no? tell me what you think. daniel Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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