#1
I'm about to raise the action on my guitar to stop the buzz on my new strings. I was just wondering if theres anything that will make it easier for me to do or any tips because this is the first time i've done it.
#2
make sure the intonation stays correct after you raise the action. If you have a tun-o-matic bridge then detune the guitar a little bit before you raise the action to avoid breaking strings.
#3
Actually with any type of bridge I would say to loosen the strings as much as possible without taking them off.
You can always retune them, and this reduces the chance of your strings' snapping and also makes it a lot easier to raise the action.
#5
Quote by Fantum1337
Actually with any type of bridge I would say to loosen the strings as much as possible without taking them off.
You can always retune them, and this reduces the chance of your strings' snapping and also makes it a lot easier to raise the action.

Wouldn't do it with a floyd, though. NOT worth the trouble.
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