#1
Ok to the point I have some kind of Peavey electric that has a really high action the neck is fine but the problem is the bridge saddles are really high got any advice to get it back right without getting a professional because there is none locally around my area.
#3
Lowering the action at the bridge is really simple. If it's a Peavey I'm guessing that you have the Fender-esque bridge where you can adjust each individual saddle.

Get a really small (metric sized) hex wrench and stick it down those little holes on top of the saddles.

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Lowering the action at the bridge is really simple. If it's a Peavey I'm guessing that you have the Fender-esque bridge where you can adjust each individual saddle.

Get a really small (metric sized) hex wrench and stick it down those little holes on top of the saddles.


I was going to say this but wasn't really sure what kind of bridge it had.

So listen to jthm.