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15th fret sounds completely flat

Depresing the 3rd an 4th string

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Here is a link to the instructions you need:http://www.fender.com/support/stratocaster.php Pay particular attention to Intonation Roughing It Out section. Hope this helps.

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well as bowed. Epiphone are proving to be quite popular but they are built to a price and for beginners they are usually a good choice. Unfortunately some fakes of different guitars are sold on ebay and they often make better tennis rackets than a musical instrument. Unless you changed them the guitar usually has a cheaper Humbucker pickup. Check it's fitting anf make sure there are no loose parts or wiring sitting against the soundboard on the inside.

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