#1
Hey guys, So I just bought a ESP LTD M-1000, And I got it in the mail today.

There is so much fret buzz almost every single fret is buzzed, like no playing ability.

I havn't touched a Floyd Rose in over 5 years and require some help!


It looks like the action is too low so the strings are hitting the bridge EMG but im not sure.

Any help would be great!
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#3
If the action is too low, raise it, if the strings are stil hitting the pickup afterward, lower the pickups. If that fails, bring it to a tech.
#4
Quote by Dio10101
If the action is too low, raise it, if the strings are stil hitting the pickup afterward, lower the pickups. If that fails, bring it to a tech.



How do you raise the action with a Floyd? (Original / 1000 Series)

Like I said, Its been a LONG time.
US Marine Corps - PFC - 2311 - Jackson / Fender
#5
^Not sure if the first response is troll...

TS, you need to loosen the bridge reverse clockwise so that it will rise higher. Try to maintain the higher string (GBe) side a little bit closer to the frets, so that it feels comfortable to play lead stuff. Also, your bridge pickup might be too high, but first make sure that your bridge is in a comfortable height.
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