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By action you mean string height right?
Your guitar should have included a small allen wrench. If you look at the saddle of the string (on the bridge) there should be two small screws on each saddle. You use the allen key to lower or raise the saddle. You will probably have to correct the intonation of the guitar after you lower the action.
#3
I thought that the action on my strat when in bought it, was perfect..
not too high, not too low.
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Quote by Innovision
By action you mean string height right?
Your guitar should have included a small allen wrench. If you look at the saddle of the string (on the bridge) there should be two small screws on each saddle. You use the allen key to lower or raise the saddle. You will probably have to correct the intonation of the guitar after you lower the action.

yes very true.

^it depends on every guitar. urs might have been pretty good, but some might not be.
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