#1
So i have a bit of fret buzz on my 260SM i got it used last months,

I'm wondering if i should get a setup done but everything seems fine

Just a bit of buzz on the low E at times

Should i adjust the trust rodd? if so how would i go about doing it

I only get fretbuzz when i strum a bit to hard, not overly hard but it does happen during in normal playing sometimes

From what i can tell the neck is perfectly straight there doesn't seem to be any bow or whatever else in it
#2
If the neck is 'perfectly straight' it may need to be relaxed a little. Most players prefer a very slight concave. There's several setup threads so I won't repeat them here. Generally a little fret buzz is best cured by raising the action slightly at the bridge, but it depends at which frets it is happening.
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#3
i wouldn't try adjusting the truss. i suggest trying to raise the action of your low E.
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#4
You just need to raise the action a little
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#5
for steps on how to raise action you should check out the green link in my sig.

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