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This thread's title describes a different problem than then body of the post.
Is the e string going out of tune, or
is the intonation off?
Just that fact that there are many, high quality, photos implies that the guitar is legit.
With replaced strings it would be worth double...
I need to think about it.
You're not ready for one, yet.
maybe a search in the pickup forum would be helpful.
yes it does
edit: no it doesn't (I misread "strings" as "springs".
Don't do anything until you have a working multimeter.
post a photo
that was fast.
I prefer the thinner body on a Tele, but not on a Strat.
If you have to ask this question you don't need to know the answer.
I expect there will be another twist in plot of this story....
Those aren't very good photos; can't really tell much.
"Caring" Clay LeBlanc
the suspense is KILLING ME!
How about some photos of the first few frets.
(the frets that get the most wear)
What is the name of the shop you trusted that replaced the frets?
My question still stands....
What does "never had much luck" mean?
they are good.
Have you done a search in/on this forum?
Why would you post this question here, and not in the effects forum?
please post some more photos of the frets and the new strings.
What is the name of the shop?
replace the strings and post a photo.