#1
I wanna know if mine's too high or too low. What can I do to check the action?
#3
Quote by Vikingx

So a guy comes to a guitar website to ask a question about his guitar and all you do is refer him to google? Get lost.

Action is the distance of the strings from the fingerboard. High action means the strings are raised further away from the fingerboard while low action means they're closer. If your action is too high it will cause the guitar to play very sharp and is normally very painful. If your action is too low your strings will rattle and buzz and your technique and range will be strongly affected.

So how do you check it? Simply put, just play your guitar. Is it comfortable and fairly easy to play? Try to determine if you need to adjust and post back here if you think you do. We'll help walk you through the steps if it's necessary.
Quote by wahappen


This is a guitar community not Romper Room.
#4
I'm a beginner and so I don't know how easy it should play or what not. But sometimes it buzzes, I don't if that's me or the guitar though.