#1
Was playing the other day and noticed that when playing the 21st & 22nd frets of the high E that the string would be touching the neck pickup meaning that it gave the wrong pitch.

so i'm assuming i need to raise the action, though ive just noticed i don't have the thumbwheels on the bridge!?

how can i raise the action without them?

(not sure if it counts for anything but i've only recently had the guitar set up)

any good advice would be greatly appreciated.
#2
Maybe the neck pickup is too high, if there is no buzzing on other frets.
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#4
like Zhuriel said, i would lower the neck pickup before raising the action. especially if the action is in a good spot for you right now! raising the action can make the guitar less fun to play, but lowering the neck pickup should solve the problem.
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#5


blue lines.

you can tilt the pup if you want.

if you find you want more bass, you would keep that side higher. that sort of thing.
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#6
Yes the standard setup for LPs is to fret the strings (Low & Hi E) on the last fret and measure the distance from the bottom of the string to the top of the PU pole pieces. I say polepieces vs PU body because some people (myself included) actually adjust the poles to form a radius (arc) to match the strings radius or at least get close to one.
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