#1
So, my 10,11,12,13, and 14 frets buzz for my high e string, and my 12th, and 13th fret buzz for my b string. and pretty much every string on the 12th fret. I'm guessing it has something to do with the truss rod?

i was wondering if this was self-fixable because there are no guitar shops around that fix things except for one thats overpriced like hell. I'm restringing my guitar, and didn't know if know was as good a time as any to do it.

Thanks
#2
loosen the truss rod.the guitar needs serious relief...and changing the strings is a good time to do it.you have to take them off anyways to adjust it.
#4
ok, i read up on it, so i know how to do it.

but should i restring the guitar first and then adjust the truss rod, or
take off the strings and then adjust it?
#5
Be very carefull with your truss rod do not make more than an eight turn at a time and let the neck settle for a night then repeat the next day if its not correct but i honestly would hold off untill you now for sure that its a problem with the truss rod. You can ruin your guitar if you just go turning you truss rod willy nilly be carefull.
#6
just changed the strings and theres only buzz on the 11th and 12th fret on the high e and thats it. so i guess i did need new strings haha.

guess i don't really need to change the truss rod that badly, unless its going to affect the guitar beyond those two frets. their the ones i use least