#1
does anyone know how to make a head adjustment to an ibanez s series casue im gettin some buzzing on it and i want it gone gone.. any help would be appreciated
#2
Do you mean you want to raise the action on your bridge to eliminate fret-buzz?

'Head adjustment' doesn't ring any bells :S
#3
Turn these screws equally clockwise on the strings which need raising.


I think thats the right picture.
I dont know what type of bridge / saddles S series guitar's use.
Been away, am back
#5
ya its like a different system on it andi dont haev those two screws to turn
#6
but it does have a lil screw kinda thing right on the front of the tremolo
i might try it out
#7
^I think these are the screws you'll need to turn, if I'm right in saying the S series has a double-locking floating tremolo, a la Floyd Rose.



And here's a lengthy & detailed walkthrough on how to do it - http://www.ibanezrules.com/tech/setup/action.htm

Quote by sglover33
but it does have a lil screw kinda thing right on the front of the tremolo
i might try it out


I think those are your saddle adjustment screws - I don't recommend adjusting them if you only need to slightly raise your action.
#9
Yea, those two screws are like the floating trems version of thumb screws.
You dont need to turn them much, try turning them 1/8 turns to start with.

If the fret buzz comes from the Low E string, A or D strings, turn the one the allen key is pointing to in that picture. If the fret buzz is from the G B or High E string, turn the other screw.
Been away, am back