#1
Hey guys, I think I am going to need some help with this one just incase I can do it myself instead of going to the repair store and get it fixed.

http://espguitars.com/images/guitars/F-154DX_STBLK.jpg
This the guitar I have, ESP F-154DX if it helps

Anyway, right now whenever I play my strings it makes alot of buzzing sounds. It's not the amp since it plays my friend's guitar perfectly. The neck got fixed a while ago so I don't think it's the neck. The string broke by accident and got news one and now that I replaced them, the strings keeps making buzzing sound. I think it's got something to do with the bridge?

And also, what do they mean when they say high or low action?
#2
high action is when the strings are far from the neck. Low is when they're close. If the new strings are a higher gauge or lower gauge than your old ones you'll have to adjust the truss rod. maybe just raise the action a little... sounds like you've never done it before so either be very very careful adjusting the truss rod or take it in for a setup. I put strings on my ibanez recently and it made the action really really high so i had to adjust the truss rod. sounds to me like your new strings are a lower gauge than your old ones.
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