- Jul 7, 2018
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Ya, I’m not an advanced player either, so I don’t really know what’s normal on a guitar. I still hear a little choking on my big bends, but somehow the new strings and top wrap made the playability on my guitar feeling good.He's already had the frets leveled once. It's just hard to know who to trust when you have a potential problem. Even a guy who's been in business 10+ years with great online reviews can sometimes not have a clue beyond basic setups. I think warped necks are rare in modern guitars and for one person to have two guitars with warped necks seems so very unlikely to me.
It sounds like your new setup has made a difference. If for some reason you determine you still need a fret level, I would make the first tech do it again, correctly, or at least get your money back..... unless an inordinate amount of time has passed since the work was done.
The guitar feels so good to play now I’m excited to actually take it out and go crazy! Now I want all my guitars to have the same setup.
I’ll get this guitar looked at later this month and I’ll post another update just to have an end to the story. But as of right now, I wouldn't want to spend 175-200 bucks to get my guitar "fixed."