#1
is it possible yo lower the action on a strat to a suitable position for metal if so how??
Bryce
Last edited by xoguitarist95ox at Nov 24, 2009,
#2
Quote by xoguitarist95ox
is it possible yo lower the action on a start to a suitable position for metal if so how??



What?

I think what you tried to say is "can I lower the action on a strat"

The answer is yes. But there is no such thing as a "suitable action for metal"
You should have the action set to your taste. Usually as low as possible without buzz.
On a strat you lower the action by turning the two allen screws in each saddle.
Last edited by Matt420740 at Nov 24, 2009,
#3
yes you can, there should be some screws where the tremelo is all you have to do is lower the bridge abit, retune and re intonate
#5
Quote by hijinks
Best thing to do....take it to your local shop and get them to do it. Shouldn't cost too much.


it's really not the best thing.


if it's a strat, like guessed, the best thing he can do is use a little allen wrench on these two pegs and adjust the height himself.



ts if you get some buzz that transmits through the amp, you raise the saddles again until it stops.
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