#1
My low E buzzes on my ibanez rgt42dx, and it has an Edge III. Any ideas on how to adjust the action?
#2
You turn the screw on that respective side and it raises the bridge higher
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Last edited by Siege of Power at Jan 13, 2009,
#4
Yes, just don't take it too far or the bridge comes off.
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#6
no. The large ones that are holding it down.
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#8
yeh, those^^. you can only adjust the top if you only want the low e to come up.
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#9
the tigher i turn it, the higher it will go? oh and will it change the tuning by any chance when it gets heightened? i don't know if i have to go through the whole procedure again of tuning my guitar.
#10
No making it looser is gonna make it higher, it might knock your tuning off slightly you should be able to use the fine tuners to fix it.
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