#1
So I bought a Jackson RR3 last week, and i've just compared it to my Epiphone Les Paul and the action on the Les Paul is lower than the action on the Jackson. Is this messed up?
Guitars :
Fender American Stratocaster
Jackson RR3
Ibanez S470
Epiphone Les Paul
#2
Action is adjustable by you...
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#3
No, its just how the guitar is set up. Just lower the bridge to a point where you get just a tiny amount of fretbuzz that doesnt hurt the sound.
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#5
I've never changed the action on my guitar before? What do I do, and more importantly, could I cause any damage to my guitar
Guitars :
Fender American Stratocaster
Jackson RR3
Ibanez S470
Epiphone Les Paul
#6
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I've never changed the action on my guitar before? What do I do, and more importantly, could I cause any damage to my guitar


Does your RR3 have a trem?

No, you can't damage your guitar by lowering your action. If you have a wrist and a screwdriver, you can do it.
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#7
It's got a floyd rose trem
Guitars :
Fender American Stratocaster
Jackson RR3
Ibanez S470
Epiphone Les Paul
#8
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^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.