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Frets stick out and scrape my fingers.. making

I have recently received a Behringer Electric Strat-style guitar... it sounds good, but the big and very disturbing problem is: The frets stick out somewhat along the sides of the neck and scrape my fingers.. making them like sandpaper...do I hold Behringer responsible for this shoddy craftsmanship, and can I get them to take it and fix it?

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Not likely you can get them to fix this. Either complain to the music store where you got it or use a Dremel tool to grind the ends smooth... the latter is probably the quickest thing.

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