#1
I have a Fender acoustic and the action has dipped low enough to almost touch the neck, causing that all too familar buzzing problem. How can I raise the action? Thanks!
#2
Loosen the truss rod nut. look inside the hole towards the neck.
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#3
Quote by roaddawg07
Loosen the truss rod nut. look inside the hole towards the neck.


No.

The truss rod is for adjusting the bow only. If the TS' guitar already has the appropriate bow then that's just going to mess it up. It's important to distinguish when truss rod adjustments are appropriate.

However, bowing may be the problem in this case, not action. How high is the action at the 12th fret compared to the 1st?
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#4
Check out this article;

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/document?doc_id=98002

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