#1
so, I know there's 3 threads a day on this, but the high E string on my Gibson SG Faded is buzzing like crazy past the 7th or so fret. I'm guessing it's because the action is just a tad too low, but I can't see it hitting any frets or the pickups, so I don't really know. Is it probably because of the low action, and if it is, how would I go about raising the action on the string?
#3
Quote by marktuazon
can't you adjust the bridge? raise it perhaps?

that's what I was asking.. how would I do it? I know there's some sort of screw to loosen, but I don't know exactly what to do.
#4
Lower your action slightly, or raise it if your strings are really low to the fretboard.
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#5
Quote by Exsuratientoel
Lower your action slightly, or raise it if your strings are really low to the fretboard.

great, but how would I go about raising the action? I know you can raise the action for the entire guitar with the wheels under the bridge, but can't you somehow raise the action for the individual string, too?
#6
no you cant. not on a TOM.

the only way, would be to slip a bit of paper under in the nut, under that string. lifting it a bit, seeing of that does the trick.

if it does, then at least you know you have the option of building up that nut cut, going for a heavier gauge string, ect...
Jenneh

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