1 RobLV1 1 month ago Every one of us who plays guitar and is not adverse to spending real dollars to get a good one, realizes that all guitars are not created equal. Most guitars have something wrong with them, some just needing a tweek, and some (twisted necks) needing major surgery if there is any possibility of making them right. Add to this the fact that most music stores do not even bother to set up a guitar received from the manufacturer, and you have a real problem. You don't buy a new car, and have to take it to a mechanic to check it out. But with guitars, you do.Here's my question: is there any way to make sure that the guitar that you order is cherry, or are we just supposed to take our chances with three or four thousand dollars?