Keep waiting for it and looking!
A good 335 is a thing of beauty!
OK, so reading your reply in a purely logical way and throwing emotions out of the window I am getting this:No I bought this online. I know...but I had done extensive research on this guitar. To be honest even if I had tried this out in a guitar shop I would not have looked at the frets but the guitar as a whole and the feel of it, it's only when you have been playing for a while that you notice the fine details and stuff you would not have noticed on the day, I mean it's a Gibson right? I cannot get out anyway these silly days, so I thought what the hell, my Harley Benton was bought online and it'sOK (not great frets, but ok for the money) Everything else is imaculate on the LP. I have not got a good enough camera otherwise I would send some pics. Looking at fine luthiers on youtube, they crown the frets and polish and say that otherwise the tuning is not accurate, I agree, flat frets may be a Gibson thing but only because they dont bother to crown them properly, at least that's my experience so far. I may even crown the frets myself, I have done it before, I have a good eye. It's just the principal of the thing, but even if I send it back I could get another with a different fault, it seems 2020 is not a time for skill or best practice in the market place.
That is why I mentioned Youtube, because you yourself brought it up.Looking at fine luthiers on youtube, they crown the frets and polish and say that otherwise the tuning is not accurate
Mostly at Me....Me thinks.....and a little bit at you.You said:
That is why I mentioned Youtube, because you yourself brought it up.
As for the rest of your post, I am unsure if it is directed at me or not.