#1
So I've been playing around with my Agile 3100, and I wanted to know what a good low action string height would be for both the high and low E strings at the 12th fret. I'd like some sustain as well, I don't want THE lowest action possible, but I prefer lower action guitars.

Also, a questiion about neck adjustment... Do you guys just eyeball the straightness of the neck sometimes? Is that accurate at all? How should I go about doing it without eyeballing the neck? (I always just eyeball it, which I'm sure isn't that smart of a thing to do >>
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#2
to measure relief slap a capo on your first fret. fret the 12th fret with your right index finger, then see how much space there is between the string and the actualy 6th/7th fret. if there is no space, you have no relief, if you have a good bit, you have to much relief. if its just barely any space at all, just enough to move up and down, your neck should be good.
#3
Thanks for the neck advice. Anyone have any string height suggestions?

How does 2/32 for the high e and 3/32 for the low E sound? Or do they measure in 64s... I can't remember. :'(

EDIT: If I don't have a Capo, do you have any household remedies for fretting that first fret so I can really get a hands on view of the 6/7 fret area?
Quote by rocknrollgod
well i can tall you this much do NOT get a marshall MG. becasue you will blow the speaker with duncans in the guitar. i know for experience.


Quote by Gutch220
Leave it to UGer's to argue over who "owns" a language


#4
No string height setting suggestions?
Quote by rocknrollgod
well i can tall you this much do NOT get a marshall MG. becasue you will blow the speaker with duncans in the guitar. i know for experience.


Quote by Gutch220
Leave it to UGer's to argue over who "owns" a language