If you've seen my other thread, you know I've just brought home my new tobacco-burst JTV-59 from Guitar Center. It's less than 8 hours old.
As I was experimenting with the virtual capo, I found that the model selector knob was loose. The whole shaft seems to be wiggling around, not just the knob.
I opened up the cavity and it seems that this 1/2" square housing on the back of the knob is loose. The same square part on the back of the alternate tuning knob is rock-solid.
I don't want to simply go back to the store and exchange the guitar because 1> they had only one tobacco-burst model in stock, and 2> I was planning on having a lot of fun at this weekend's gigs with my new toy. GC also doesn't seem to have a tobacco-burst model anywhere except for ship-to-store with a 3-5 day lead time.
If Line 6 would send me the replacement part, I'm sure I could install it. If a replacement is necessary. It looks like a really easy job.
Or maybe GC could send another guitar to a store near me for an exchange.
I'm pretty patient with this kind of thing. As long as everyone's working together.
Has anyone else encountered this problem? If so, how did you solve it?