#1
hey this is my first post ... ever all i wanted to ask is i have a "raspberry" i say raspberry because thats what i've always called it but i'm not entirely sure if thats the "Technical" term for it but anyways as i was saying i have a raspberry fret on my les paul and is there anything i can do? its around the 10th on every string , does this mean my darling L.P. is dead?

thanks
benji
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#4
Do you mean it's fretting out around the tenth fret? If so you probably need to adjust your action slightly or you might even need a truss rod adjustment, which is an entirely new subject.
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#5
Nope....hit it with a rubber headed mallet..then hit all the frets from 11-all the way to the last fret...the one closest to the body..problem should be solved..

Make sure its a rubber or plastic headed hammer/mallet...
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#6
If you mean it is buzzing on one fret, then you have a high fret. If it is protruding from the fretboard, pound it back in as already described. If not, then you need to have a repair tech dress that fret. It is an easy fix either way.
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