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Old 06-09-2007, 03:36 PM   #81
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I'm sorry for Re-Posting my question, but it got missed and remained unanswered.

What is Killswitching?

For some reason, I had the n00bish idea that it was copying the guitar style of Killswitch Engage or something...
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Old 06-09-2007, 04:03 PM   #82
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I've been working on the intoanation on my strat because the high E and B string intonation was way off. I fixed the E string, but whenever I move the saddle on the B string, the intonation doesn't change. What could be causing this problem?



i hear this question from time to time. the only thing i can come up with, is that the string is snagged somewhere, maybe at the nut cut or that the saddle is stuck.

a new string detune it, move the string around. make sure the saddle is moving.

an old string, swap the string.
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Old 06-09-2007, 04:04 PM   #83
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are you using new strings? the best time to set your intonation is right after you've changed the strings and stretched them out a bit with your hand.

i have a pitch problem as well. my intonation is set right (i can play any note on the fretboard into a tuner and it's in tune), but certain intervals sound absolutely terribly out of tune unless i tune the higher string down 14 cents (to a perfect interval). this makes barre chords out of the question. any ideas? my guitar is in my sig, i'm using GHS .10's and the korg tuner everybody and his brother has.



are they jumbo frets? sometimes a low or high fret can toss a note out of tune.
how u press at that fret is very important
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Old 06-09-2007, 04:06 PM   #84
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I'm sorry for Re-Posting my question, but it got missed and remained unanswered.

What is Killswitching?

For some reason, I had the n00bish idea that it was copying the guitar style of Killswitch Engage or something...



a kill switch cuts the power to the guitar. "kills" it.
so when u flick the kill switch u get a RAM sound.

sometimes guys will zero out the volume on one pup, flick back and forth to get the same effect.
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Old 06-09-2007, 04:12 PM   #85
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are they jumbo frets? sometimes a low or high fret can toss a note out of tune.
how u press at that fret is very important


it's a les paul, so i assume they're medium jumbo. i don't think it's my playing, i can play the same stuff on similar guitars and be just fine.
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Old 06-09-2007, 05:05 PM   #86
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well, it could be that a few of the frets are a little high. so that really wouldnt be ur fault.

you could fashion a straight edge, fret frets long, to check for high frets.
or take it in to a tech, see if he can find a problem in that area.
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Old 06-09-2007, 05:39 PM   #87
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Old 06-09-2007, 06:05 PM   #88
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is it possible to change my floyd rose lo pro locking tremelo to just a regular tremelo, like that of a strat? my guitar is a jackson style custom with an inverted headstock..
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Old 06-09-2007, 09:50 PM   #89
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is it possible to change my floyd rose lo pro locking tremelo to just a regular tremelo, like that of a strat? my guitar is a jackson style custom with an inverted headstock..

You'd have a big problem, the top of your guitar is routed and there's bigger holes there.

Whats the reason you wanna do this? loss of tuning?
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Old 06-10-2007, 08:23 AM   #90
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Old 06-10-2007, 10:40 AM   #91
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ok, im in a predicament
i recently got my bass restrung for me, with pretty low action
and last night, i left the bass in my garage, which was pretty humid.
and now, the action is like half an inch at the twelth fret
is there any way for me to fix this? did the humidity do this to the bass?
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Old 06-10-2007, 10:45 AM   #92
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yeah, u can try lowering the action at the bridge.

does it have these kind of saddles or similar?



if so, a small allen wrench on the front pegs will adjust each string to a better height.

dont leave the guitar in a humid garage. the heat and the moisture will rust the parts and possibly warp the neck a little.

let me know if it's a different style bridge, or if this doesnt help wt the action.

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Old 06-10-2007, 09:50 PM   #93
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alright dude cheers after this gets done i'll see whether or not i wanna sell it

you're selling it? why? the neck is too thin for ya?

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Old 06-11-2007, 09:04 PM   #94
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Old 06-11-2007, 10:23 PM   #95
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i have an ibanez sa260fm and im getting fret buzz on the a and e, can you help me fix it?
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i have an ibanez sa260fm and im getting fret buzz on the a and e, can you help me fix it?

The low E and A string?

You could try increasing your action little by little until the buzz is gone


those 2 posts you see on the left and right side of the bridge, raise the bass side
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hey what up. I been having this problem for a while with my squier strat. basically after playing hard rock, kind of straight eights songs basically stuff like greenday, basically I usually have these three problems
- the 8th fret on the A string goes dead,
-while the higher frets (15-22) of the low E string is heading in that direction.
-Also the high E- string get stuck to the side of the neck alot and has been breaking at the rate of about once a week

what can i do to correct this, cause normally this happens on a monthly basis about two to three wks after I get a setup done
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hey what up. I been having this problem for a while with my squier strat. basically after playing hard rock, kind of straight eights songs basically stuff like greenday, basically I usually have these three problems
- the 8th fret on the A string goes dead,
-while the higher frets (15-22) of the low E string is heading in that direction.
-Also the high E- string get stuck to the side of the neck alot and has been breaking at the rate of about once a week

what can i do to correct this, cause normally this happens on a monthly basis about two to three wks after I get a setup done

solution for problem
(a) & (b)
- get your frets leveled
- increase your action on that particular string
- if you're more prone at using a particular fret, the fretwire may show wear and that also may cause the buzzing on the other frets
(c)
- monitor your technique and make sure you bend up/tap lightly if the action is low and fretting not too excessively
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