#2
Not much. It might lower the spring tension a little but I wouldn't count on it.
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#4
I would think you'll get a slightly duller tone.

I like having the greatest break angle possible at both the nut and the bridge. It could be purely psychosomatic, but I believe having a greater angle improves articulation and tone.

I've never tried raising the tailpiece on my only guitar equipped with, but, when I got said guitar the tailpiece was bottomed out and I never felt the need to experiment.
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#5
Lets say i lower the Tune-O-Matic Bridge, how can i do it without getting alot of fret buzz
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#6
Where is said buzz?

Lower frets or higher frets?
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Lets say i lower the Tune-O-Matic Bridge, how can i do it without getting alot of fret buzz

There should be an equilibrium of raising the bridge just high enough to keep from getting fret buzz, and raising the tailpiece high enough to just give clearance to the strings as a straight shot to the saddles (without hitting the ends of the bridge). At least, that's the ideal setup for my guitars.
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#10
If he's buzzing on the high strings, a trussrod adjusment might not cut the mustard.

At least IMHO.

How high is the action at the moment?
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