#1
My acoustic guitar has recently started to fret out in a few places, and until last nite i hadnt played it in about two weeks. The whole high e string up to the 12th fret is basically dead, meaning it frets out so bad. I would not have a problem adjusting it, but the truss rod nut is located on the body side of the guitar in the sound hole, rather than on the headstock like all my other guitars. Do I turn the rod the same direction as i would on say a les paul, or would i turn it the opposite way since its on the other end of the neck?
#2
Before you turn it...

1. where do you store your guitar?
2. do you have a solid wood guitar?
3. have you been humidifying it?

Guitars don't just get a dead fret all of a sudden.
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#3
Quote by captivate
Before you turn it...

1. where do you store your guitar?
2. do you have a solid wood guitar?
3. have you been humidifying it?

Guitars don't just get a dead fret all of a sudden.


i always keep it in its case in my room or in my dorm, it has a solid top, but i havent humidified it nor do i understand how to
#4
hard or soft? cause you know hard is the only way to go

you buy a little humidifier, like 15 bucks and you fill it with water.
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#5
Quote by guns_rosesldb
i always keep it in its case in my room or in my dorm, it has a solid top, but i havent humidified it nor do i understand how to


You don't keep it next to a vent or a window or something like that, do you?

To find out about humidity, click on the link in my siggy. I have a brief summary in there.
Equipment:
- Art & Lutherie Cedar CW (SOLD! )
- Martin D-16RGT w/ LR Baggs M1 Active Soundhole Pickup
- Seagull 25th Anniversary Flame Maple w/ LR Baggs Micro EQ

Have an acoustic guitar? Don't let your guitar dry out! Click here.