#1
Yes, I searched, yes, I googled.

My goal is to raise the action on my strat a bit, just enough to get rid of buzzing, without actually moving the entire bridge itself up or down. I've got an american standard tremolo bridge. I'm not sure what to adjust...are these screws that i'm looking for?



Or what? Someone post back with intelligent answers please, please!

thanks alot
#2
Yes those are the screws. And that's also how the saddles should be lined up. That guitar is properly intonated...at least it looks like it from that picture.
*Taylor 214ce Acoustic
*Fender Highway One Honey Blonde Strat (Fralin Pickups)
*Epiphone Zephyr Regent (Gibson '57 Humbucker)
*Vox 847 Wah
*Fulltone Fulldrive 2 MOSFET
*Fender Blues Deluxe Amp
#3
Yes, you will need hex keys/allen wrenches to do it.
Gear:
Charvel/Jackson 3B Bass
Jackson CMG Bass
Ibanez BTB575FM 5-String Bass
Vintage 70s Ampeg V9 SVT/ Ampeg 8x10 Cab
Fender Deluxe Blackout Telecaster

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#6
When I raised the action on my strat, I just used a very tiny flat head screwdriver lmao. It might've stripped it a little.. but oh well, it worked. =P