#1
Yeah I need to lower mine closer to the fretboard. I have a Fender Strat. Are there any good sites or tips on how to do this. People tell me its very complicated
#2
no, it's not.
here's a link to a guide: http://www.bothner.co.za/articles/stratcare.shtml

that's all you'll ever need for strat action adjustment.
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#3
It's actually very simple.

There are tiny screws in the saddles of your strat. Inserting a small allen key and turning them raises and lowers the action. I forget which way is which (sorry), but it shouldn't be too hard to figure it out. Make sure you loosen (ie: make flat) the string you are adjusting before adjusting and make sure to adjust both screws equally. You'll need to tune up after doing this.
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