#2
you should probably take it to a professional cause if you do it wrong u can screw it up pretty bad
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Quote by HeyItsChenny
thank you very much, Seaweed
#3
Find someone who knows what they're doing. If you do it wrong you might round the truss rod at the top, ruining the whole neck really. Or you might make it too tight, so tight that you might damage the fretboard or neck. This is sewious.
#5
Quote by jagermeister420
on my squier p-bass, the neck is bowed upwards pretty good, which way do i ajust the trust rod?
Presume you mean an outwards bow which needs truss rod tension releasing.
Just make sure you get the correct fitting tool, looking from the headstock to the body turn in an anticlockwise direction one half turn the retune and check the neck and so on until it's right, retune and give it a good session and check again to see if it a settled.
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