#1
I've got a Kramer Striker 422S Bass (http://www.kramerguitars.com/press/P_Striker422Bass-MR.jpg). I love the tone on it, the only problem is that the action on it is quite high, and the bridge can't be adjusted (as far as I've discovered, anyway) to where the strings are a more comfortable height, I'm thinking the only solution I have is to replace the bridge I have. I'm wondering if anyone knows if either there is a way to adjust the bridge or if there is a recommended bridge I should buy.
My Gear:

Guitars:
Epiphone Goth 1958 Explorer
Ibanez GRX20Z

Basses:
Kramer Striker 422S
Ibanez GSR100Z
Fender 1973 Music Master

Amps:
Line 6 Spider II
Behringer BX1200

Pedals:
Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie 2
Boss MT-2 Metal Zone
#2
you may have to much relief in your neck, maybe adjust the truss rod. Or give your neck an angle
#3
Quote by guitarcam123
you may have to much relief in your neck, maybe adjust the truss rod. Or give your neck an angle


I agree. Perhaps the neck is a tad bit warped.

I had a problem with my guitar and I had the action set fine, but turned out, the neck just needed adjusting.
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#4
It's not the Truss rod, It's already been adjusted.
My Gear:

Guitars:
Epiphone Goth 1958 Explorer
Ibanez GRX20Z

Basses:
Kramer Striker 422S
Ibanez GSR100Z
Fender 1973 Music Master

Amps:
Line 6 Spider II
Behringer BX1200

Pedals:
Morley Steve Vai Bad Horsie 2
Boss MT-2 Metal Zone