#1
The high e sounded like a sitar on my squier strat so ive lowered the saddles now I need to adjust the truss rod but only half of it is visible so I cant get the allan key into it (not under warranty anymore)

Please help
You hit 'em and they get back up
I hit 'em and they stay down
- Frank Castle
#3
Quote by W4RP1G
Sitaring on the open note or the fretted notes?

Just open
You hit 'em and they get back up
I hit 'em and they stay down
- Frank Castle
#5
Quote by Explorerbuilder
Why would you adjust the truss rod for that??
Its only 1 of 3 things.
string is vibrating in the nut slot.
String is vibrating in the saddle slot.
String is hitting the first fret ever so slightly.

Great 1 or 2 will cost me and if its 3 what do I do
You hit 'em and they get back up
I hit 'em and they stay down
- Frank Castle
#6
[quote="cha33 armstrong]The high e sounded like a sitar on my squier strat so ive lowered the saddles now I need to adjust the truss rod but only half of it is visible so I cant get the allan key into it (not under warranty anymore)

Please help

Thats the way squiers are supposed to sound lol.
#7
Sorry about the necro bump but will a locking nut fix this problem
You hit 'em and they get back up
I hit 'em and they stay down
- Frank Castle
#8
Quote by cha33 armstrong
Sorry about the necro bump but will a locking nut fix this problem


No.
EH


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#9
Quote by eddiehimself
No.

So a new nut entirely
You hit 'em and they get back up
I hit 'em and they stay down
- Frank Castle