#1
ok guys i read that if a guitar buzzes from the first 7 frets....it has to do sth with the trussrod......and i do has this problem...
the action isn't that low plus..the buzz is only from the first string e string
hers is a picture to make things clear:
the black thing is a screw.....and the that thing on it ( named truss rod ) is the thing that should be turned ??....but when i turn it ....the screw inside it does not turn with it....however the this thing comes out of the screw.....
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#2
ok, the last LAST LAST thing you want to do is **** about with your truss rod if you don't know what you're doing.

youe very well may have killed your guitar.

Take it to an expert NOW.
#3
if the cap or top nut is popping off the rod, u may have a problem there.
not sure how much turning u did before posting, hopefully not much.

what type of guitar is it. and yes please stop turning it.

some Nuts are "outties" look like a bullet. like in ur pic.
most are "innies" where u cant see the nut rim very well and are inserting the wrench into a hole, with the nut recessed into it.

if u started out with a recessed nut and are saying that the nut cap popped out, then it sounds like u snapped somehting.
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#4
you really only need a quarter to half a turn to fix most problems. sounds like you may have gone too far.
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