#1
Lately I've been having a lot of fret buzz on my strat, especially from 12th fret and higher. Now im wondering is fixing the action myself something that can screw up my guitar if done incorretly, because i have never done this before... so im kind of hesitating if i should attempt to fix it myself or not..
#3
thanks for the link.
One more question what would be the next step if raising the action doesnt fix the buzz?
#4
Quote by Axis28
thanks for the link.
One more question what would be the next step if raising the action doesnt fix the buzz?


Truss rod adjustment, which I wouldn't recommend doing yourself.
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#5
should i raise the action in measurements or just raise until buzzing stops?
#6
with a level bridge. you raise just the buzzing strings, and just enough to stop the buzzing.

move the saddles, small amounts.

if it doesnt help then repost.

like said up there...
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#8
well i raised the B and G string s a tad bit and the buzzing seems to have died down a lot..