#1
How do I adjust the height of my strings. Every time I play a note they keep buzzing against the fretboard. Will I have to take the strings off to keep them from buzzing?
#2
Did you recently change string gauges?
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#4
Like Brock said,
"Did you recently change string gauge sizes?"


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#5
If you moved up in gauge, you'll need to loosen your truss rod a little bit. Maybe a 1/4 turn, if that.

If not, then make sure your saddles have not lost any of their screws
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#6
You may need to adjust the truss rod anyway, to get rid of the issue.

That and check your frets, if they're not level then that's a problem.

On strat-style bridges, there should be 2 little screws on each saddle anyway, use a tiny allen key and you should be able to increase the action a bit at the bridge end.
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#8
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Will I have to take the strings off to keep them from buzzing?


Taking your strings off will certainly help with the buzzing, but surely an alternate solution would be preferable....?

There are several posibilities here. Is your action just too low? If so raise your bridge saddles. Is your neck relief way out of spec? Check it and adjust. Do you have some low/high frets? May be time for a fret leveling.