#1
Hey so I'm having problems with my Alexi 600. On the twelth fret, when ever I play a note, I get this really bad high pitch squeal with the note that I play. It happens on some of the frets around it too, but not quite as bad. What do you guys think might be causing this? Hopefully it's just a truss rod/action problem, as I really don't have the cash to take it in to a guitar shop to get the frets replaced or something. Thanks for the help!
-LTD Alexi 600
-LTD MH-100 QM
-Schecter Omen 6
-B-52 AT-112
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#2
Sounds like fret buzz..

Have you tried adjusting the height of your bridge ?
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#3
I raised the action some, and it helped a little bit. It's somewhat better, but I still get that nasty sound if I bend at the 12 fret. Could a truss rod tightening be in order?
-LTD Alexi 600
-LTD MH-100 QM
-Schecter Omen 6
-B-52 AT-112
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#4
Hey not to bump or anything but I could really use some help with this
-LTD Alexi 600
-LTD MH-100 QM
-Schecter Omen 6
-B-52 AT-112
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#5
It seems like you might need one. Fret the first and 15th fret and check the gap between the string and the frets. you want pretty much as small a gap as you can get without it touching.
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#6
The string is prolly hitting a harmonic, just take it to a tech and explain the problem, a simple setup should take care of it.
Guitars:
LTD Alexi-600 White & Black
LTD Alexi-200 Black(Death Adder pickup & Gold OFR)
Agile Interceptor Pro 727 7-string
Jackson JS30RR rhoads
Jackson DKMGT
Squire telecaster

amps:
Bugera 6262 212 loaded with WGS veteran 30's
#7
Some of the higher frets might have raised a bit. I have that problem with my schecter at the moment. Since it's winter here (in Finland), air gets really dry and the fretboard kind of "lives" and causes some frets to raise. Not much but enough to cause some fret buzz. If this is the case, you could try to hammer down those frets yourself or take it to a professional. If you choose to try it yourself, use a piece of wood between the hammer and frets and lightly tap around the the frets that have raised.