#1
Hey guys, I need to readjust my bridge because of some fret buzz but I don't know how to do it. On every one of my string there is some fret that causes the buzz, and I want to correct that. Here is some more info on my guitar :

Bridge : G&L bridge, looks a lot like fender, I think it works the same way as the one on this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zd5DbChTzoM If I understood correctly you can use this method by using an alan key directly on the bridge to adjust strings individually, right ?

Tuning keys : There is a hole just under the low E tuning key that seems to allow the use of an alan key, I don't what for, is that also for raising/lowering the bridge ?

That's all I have, can you help me please ?
Last edited by yoyoloto at Mar 21, 2013,
#2
Yep, adjust the screws at the saddle. Keep them at an even height to avoid rattle.

Not sure what the hole at the tuning key is for, I assume they're locking tuners but it will not adjust the action.

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is that not where the whammy bar is supposed to go?
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