#1
My guitar action is really high. I set it up that way because if I lower it then my strings start to buzz.

What can I do to lower action?

Please help.
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#2
check if the neck is warped?
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#3
It doesn't seem to be!
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#4
look down the fretboard edges, is it con-caved inward to much? If so you can loosen the truss rod slightly ( 1/4 to 1/2) turn. Let this set for some time as the adjustment will not be noticeable right away. then check the fretboard again (tune the guitar before checking)

the amount of relief wanted is different for different guitars. Usually strat styles would want a slight concave to them.

After this you should be able to lower the action a bit more then before.
#5
Check how straight your neck is with a straight edge.

To adjust your action: Raise or lower your bridge.
To adjust your neck relief: Turn your truss rod nut clockwise or counter-clockwise.

Truss rod adjustments are not intended for changing your action.
#6
heavier strings prevent the strings from buzzing in a lower action
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Breedlove AC250/SM12
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#9
fixing your action and neck bow is considered a setup, not a customization. please use the setup sticky in electric guitar. the first few posts have excellent information to get you started. if you need more help, ask in that thread.