#1
ive got a jackson rr-94, and the action is horrible, like...its really high up near the 12th fret which makes it hard to play fast stuff..and if i try lowering the action, i get huge amounts of fretbuzz around the first frets...is there anyway i can fix this? maybe a new nut or something? [btw the neck isnt bowed]
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#2
Try adjusting the truss-rod, but get some guitartech to do it, because if you don't know what you are doing then you can seriously mess up your guitar.
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#3
you should check out the manufacturers recommendation for the action. try adjusting it to however millimeters they say.
#4
its probably either truss rod adjustment, or a bad nut. to test the nut, fret the third fret, and the string should be touching, but not pressing on the second and first frets.
#5
Always check your neck relief before doing anything to your truss rod.
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