#1
hey i bought this amazing discontinued bc rich Nt series eagle 4 string bass. like the one paolo gregoletto from trivium plays. and it has alot of fret buzz, i play with my fingers and i play in drop b for my band. i know these create fret buzz, but i need to know a way to eliminate fret buzz even with these circumstances, the strings are factory. so can anyone help?
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#2
get it set up in the shop and raise the action id say.
maybe try some thicker strings as well if you're playing in low tunings.
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#3
I'd go for the thicker strings, as raising the action might solve the problem but will creat anopther. The thicker strings are your best bet.
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#4
alright ill prolly go with the larger strings cuz i love the action the way it is. thanks.
theres hell to pay, such disarray
a bloodied mess, flesh masquerade.

with all the blood, making a flood,
you made your path by crossing us.
#6
well i dont wanna raise the action because its great playing the way the action is. but also jumo frets dont help with the buzz either.
theres hell to pay, such disarray
a bloodied mess, flesh masquerade.

with all the blood, making a flood,
you made your path by crossing us.
#8
yeah i know you gotta change the intonation. and thanks alot. much appreciated
theres hell to pay, such disarray
a bloodied mess, flesh masquerade.

with all the blood, making a flood,
you made your path by crossing us.