I'm having an issue with my rg7321 that i picked up a while back.
I traded it a while back and never really got around to setting it up (i got it in pretty piss poor shape, 2 year old rusted strings, the whole 9).
The neck is straight to my eye. it feels fine. nothing is warped on it that i can tell. It was probably just left on a stand for a long time.
the top 6 strings i have no issues with (minor intonation past the 15th fret, mostly bridge adjustments there that i just haven't gotten to yet).
but the low B is just aweful.
In stanard B, Bb, with a 56 and 58 and even dropped Ab with a 60, the thing just 'echo farts'. Not fret buzz, but like when you have a 46 E tuned down to A all sloppy and pick it hard.... You get the inital pick and slop tone and then a '2nd wave' of fart once it catches some tension.. ya know what i mean? Almost as the string gets a bit more tension it plays a 2nd wave form....
I lightened up on the neck tension rod and raised the action in doing so and it just made it worse.
I can't go back any more tighter, or i'll just have epic fret buzz. I think the rod is in a good spot as is now.
The tuning peg of it is SO sensitive too. Even with basically no extra wind on the peg (ie, at pitch with just one rotation) it seems like 1/8th of a turn is almost a full pitch change.
I tried the opposite too, to basically 'gear down' the turning peg by winding up like 6 inches of slack on it and its the same issue.... just so touchy.
I'm out of ideas. I realize this is a cheap guitar, but it shouldn't be THIS bad, should it?
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I'd be checking the nut and the tuner, for breaks, rattles, etc