#1
I have a fret buzz on the low E and A strings when I go to drop D and would like to get rid of them (on my Epi Les Paul) now I now how to raise the strings on a strat style bridge but how do I do it for those to strings on a Les Paul style bridge. Thanks
Gear:
Fender '72 Telecaster Custom Black
Fender American Strat Chrome Blue
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Heritage Cherry (Jazz/JB)
Takamine EG530SSC (acoustic)
VOX AD50VT
Ibanez Tube Screamer
E-H Deluxe Memory Man
#2
you just turn the screws on the bridge if its a tune o matic
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#3
Quote by rnrsoldier1461
you just turn the screws on the bridge if its a tune o matic


the bridge section where the saddles are or the last one that you put the strings through (I am assuming the saddles one) but let me know
Gear:
Fender '72 Telecaster Custom Black
Fender American Strat Chrome Blue
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Heritage Cherry (Jazz/JB)
Takamine EG530SSC (acoustic)
VOX AD50VT
Ibanez Tube Screamer
E-H Deluxe Memory Man
#4
saddles
Lunatics on pogo sticks
Another southern fried freak on a crucifix
Hicks don't mix with politics
People on the street just kickin' to the licks
#5


loosen the top screw, and then u can turn the thumbwheel, to raise the bridge.
thumbwheel pointed to by red arrow.

u might need thicker strings, if ur going to do alot of down tuning.

phil's pic.
Jenneh

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