After a couple days of owning this used SG the honeymoon is fading fast. I stupidly bought this guitar and neglected to give it a more serious look. I noticed that the guitar was setup kind of spongy with a bit too much relief but I just chalked it up to somebody else's personal preference in how they like their guitar to feel. The neck looked straight and it's not old, only a 2013 with very little fret wear. The guitar is in almost new condition, no dings or chips, etc... Now I've got this noticeable rattle when plucking the open A string anything more than a light attack and it's bad enough to be heard through the amp. And to get the high E string down to 4/64th" above the last fret the bridge has to be completely bottomed out and for the low E string to be 6/64th" above the last fret the bridge is pretty close to the body but still room for adjustments. Now I'm faced with either trying to flip the guitar without losing too much money but then I hate to have somebody come back after me later if they think that they've been ripped off or take it to a luthier and put more money into a guitar that's now giving heartburn. The blame completely falls on my shoulders because I failed to be more vigilant in examining this guitar, I don't think that the guy who sold it to me had a clue that there might be an issue with the guitar, he didn't strike me as somebody who was above a beginner so he was probably blissfully ignorant of there being any issues here. I've bought plenty of used guitars over the years and I guess that I've just been lucky but this latest one will make me much more careful in future purchases of used guitars. Anybody else here ever regret buying something and then regretting the whole thing. Now I'm left wondering just how serious of a problem I might have here and how much is it going to cost to rectify this mess.