#1
I've got an Epiphone Les Paul Jr. (it's got a wrap-around bridge) and when I have the action low enough so that it's comfortable enough for me, I get some seriously bad fret buzz on almost all strings to the 3rd fret. I tried highering the action and it stopped the buzz, but i can't play on higher frets very well because it is always 1 semitone (well almost) higher than it should be. Is there anything I can do to stop the fret buzz when the action is lower? Somebody told me I should scrape a bit off the frets. Should I do that or something else?
#2
1. raise your action
2. get your frets filed down
3. get a better guitar


you pick


your guitar is "off", because you didn't intonate it
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#3
Quote by KurrptSenate
1. raise your action
2. get your frets filed down
3. get a better guitar


you pick
Number 2 thanks, but how do you intonate it?
#4
id pay someone else to do it


if you don't know what you're doing, you'd be doing more harm than good
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#5
What do you mean by: "all strings to the 3rd fret." ? Do you mean frets 0-3 or frets 3-22?
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#7
Okay,

your nut may be a little low. I would take the guitar to a tech, and get a new nut professionally cut and installed. If that doesn't sort it, get the frets filed.
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