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AJE

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  1. Hi,Good Day;

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  2. Simple, I told them (GC) about it. The piece has been on a stand ever since. I don't care about the money, just want to make it playable or get rid of it.
  3. AJE

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    Purchased a 2010 Lp Traditional pro from guitar center in springfield nj few months ago. I made a mistake the piece is untune-able fretboard full of buzzes and the nut install was a bad job. I havent done much about except play other guitars is it possible gibson might be helpful? I dont care about the money just want to make it playable or get rid of it any info would be appreciated. thank you.
  4. What a mistake. Guitar center will not honor warranty because Mandolin Bros performed a set-up. I'm going to have a new nut installed and replace these "locking" tuners. If that doesn't help it's ebay time the instrument is mint condition.
  5. GC will not replace. Even here in NYC it is hard to find instruments that play true, especially Gibson's. This is why people do not want to spend money. I guess I will have to deal with warranty stipulations.
  6. recently purchased this piece at a guitar center. Fourth LP I have owned always happy with them. Guitar center performed a set-up. cannot tune the instrument. everything dissonant. Brought it in to a very reputable dealer here on Staten Island for a set-up. a slight improvement, but the instrument is very difficult to tune and doesn't stay in tune. Many important frets are just buzzes. It's possible the nut slots are too deep. Would Gibson possibly be helpful?
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