#1
ok i just got back from the ****tiest goddamn guitar shop in my town!!!they were just going to do a adjustment on the neck to stop the fifteenth fret from muting when i bent the strings and it took a week!!! no ****in way im going to wait so i just picked it up.... please help me what do i need to do to make the string ring through when i bend it at the fifteenth fret... oh ya its the high e....
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#2
umm
take it back
wait a week
stop listening to dimebag

and you should be just fine

edit:
by yourself though just turn the truss rod
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#3
hey listen here little cocksucker, watch what you write.
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#4
envoykrawkwar7: Bob bamnit, you should be drawn (badly, in MSPaint) and quartered for such a diarrhea-storm of a comment.

And by the way- it doesn't sound like a truss rod problem. If that was the case it'd deaden the string no matter if he bends it or not. Sure, a truss rod adjustment may get rid of the symptom, but not the cause, which I personally think is a fret levelling issue.
Last edited by Pikka Bird at Sep 12, 2007,
#5
thanks (up above)
Gear: Fender standard 60th anneversary strat
Fender Fm 412r
epiphone jumbo acoustic


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#6
ndfhg
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Fender Fm 412r
epiphone jumbo acoustic


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#7
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envoykrawkwar7: Bob bamnit, you should be drawn (badly, in MSPaint) and quartered for such a diarrhea-storm of a comment.

And by the way- it doesn't sound like a truss rod problem. If that was the case it'd deaden the string no matter if he bends it or not. Sure, a truss rod adjustment may get rid of the symptom, but not the cause, which I personally think is a fret levelling issue.


I would try adjusting the action first, then the truss rod. If that doesn't work, I would see about having the fret leveled as well.
#8
hey listen here little cocksucker, watch what you write.

*laughs* you cant act tough over the internet
its a proven fact
now lighten up it was just a joke

envoykrawkwar7: Bob bamnit, you should be drawn (badly, in MSPaint) and quartered for such a diarrhea-storm of a comment.

huh?

and yeah your right
but still i have had the same thing happen and all it was was the truss rod
then again les paul special 2 so ....
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#9
If the saddle is set to low then yea they will cut out when you bend there. Not all guys that work at guitar stores know how to set things properly. I know the guys that work at the one near me dont even have the allen wrench to adjust the saddles on a strat.