#1
I have a squier p-bass but i keep getting fret rattle, ive tried adjusting the bridge to reduce the rattle but it hasn't helped, how high do you have your bridge set up? and ideas to stop the rattling?
#2
Is your truss rod properly adjusted? Sight down the neck, and see if there is any bow (or curve) to the neck along its length. If there is not enough positive bow, you will get fret buzz.
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#3
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Is your truss rod properly adjusted? Sight down the neck, and see if there is any bow (or curve) to the neck along its length. If there is not enough positive bow, you will get fret buzz.


i don't think there is but i can't be sure
#4
Don't keep raising the action or else it can just plain be worse for your neck. I suggest going to a music store and explaining the problem thoroughly if you keep getting fret buzz no matter what.