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By Renna303 - / Monday 18 September 2017 20:00 /
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By  chosha_fml  |  24

Usually a warranty is offered by the manufacturer., though it might not cover accidental damage. If it does, and you don't have your receipt, remember that if you bought it with a card, your statement can be evidence of the purchase.

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By  RichardPencil  |  24

No use fretting about it, you picked the wrong store to deal with and you got played! Once you peg the guitar maker, hopefully they won’t string you along and treat you like you’re a nut.

By  chosha_fml  |  24

Usually a warranty is offered by the manufacturer., though it might not cover accidental damage. If it does, and you don't have your receipt, remember that if you bought it with a card, your statement can be evidence of the purchase.

By  mt21mt  |  12

Warranties usually only cover manfacturing defects, and not abuse... Dropping your guitar is abusing it... So good luck with that one! ? That's like me saying, "I smashed my truck into a tree, but it is under warranty, so they have to fix it..." lololol

By  tj4234  |  35

I'm assuming it's probably neck damage if it's been dropped. If you take it to a luthier, it's probably fixable. Those guys can work wonders with repairs.

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