#1
I just got a les paul studio but none of the strings are playable except the thick e because they are too close too the neck. How do i sort this on a Les Paul?.
#2
on the bridge where hte strings cross// loosen the strings then turn the screws on that to raise it and thus your action

and there you are
#3
Youy have to adjust the action at the bridge. You turn the screws at the sides of the bridge to raise/lower it. By the sounds of it, you have to raise the right side. It's not hard ifyou have the right screw driver. Raise it a little, then tune your strings to pitch, and play a note. If it still buzzes, raise it a bit more, tune and try again.

A LP is the easiest guitar to set up cause it only has 2 screws.
#4
do i not have to do it 1/2 a turn at a time to avoid damaging the neck or is that on bolt ons?
#5
Quote by kmf1
do i not have to do it 1/2 a turn at a time to avoid damaging the neck or is that on bolt ons?



:O NO NO NO NO that's the truss rod. Don't touch that for god sake, it doesn't raise/lower the strings.

You have to do it at the bridge. It's easy.
#6
its not working no matter how much i turn. can it be 10 gauge strings are too light?
#8
Quote by kmf1
its not working no matter how much i turn. can it be 10 gauge strings are too light?



DON'T TOUCH YOUR ****ING GUITAR AND TELL US WHAT YOU'RE TURNING? If you're turning the truss rod, you're gonna **** your guitar.