#1
My dilema is this: I have a Fender Eric Clapton Strat that had a nice set up until about a week ago. I live in Pennsylvania and our weather changed drastically with more heat/humididty and my guitar was in my music room with the windows open. When I went to play it tonight the strings were dead against the fretboard...should I try to fix it using the truss rod adjustment since I've never done that before? Do I adjust the saddles? Or do I get it professionally set up?
#4
just loosen your truss rod a quarter turn at a time while taking a minute in between turns to check the necks bow. i live in PA too and its been crazy weather wise lately lol
Guitars:
Custom les paul copy with sun inlay
Epiphone les paul custom with emg 81/85
Hondo 80's star shape(project)
ESP explorer (project)
Epiphone dr200s
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