#1
Ok, so ive had my LP Studio Prem. + for a while now and just recently it has started to get som bad fret buzzing on the low E. I tried lightly sanding a couple suspicious frets and that didnt do anything and made me nervous so then I proceeded to detune and raise the bridge ( alot ). That only helped a little but made it really stiff to play so i moved it back down and up a couple times, and in the process snaped a string. So how can i get rid of the frett buzz?!
Guitar Gear: (Best To Crappiest)
1) Gibson Les Paul Studio Premium Plus (Must Have)
2) Line 6 Flextone III XL (Go With The Triple Rectifier Setting)
4)Schecter Gryphon (Coil Tapper)
3)Fender Lite Ash Tele (Sweet Finish)
4Zoom Fire-18 Amp
#2
taking it to a shop should always be your first choice with an expensive guitar.

so, take it to a shop.
#3
you have an lp studio premium plus and your avatar is blink 182?
*shakes head in disgust*
#4
you have an lp studio premium plus and you avatar is blink 182?
*shakes head in disgust*
#5
Quote by BluesLP1990
you have an lp studio premium plus and your avatar is blink 182?
*shakes head in disgust*

Your name contains the acronym LP and you double post?
*shakes head in disgust*
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#6
Quote by truespin
Your name contains the acronym LP and you double post?
*shakes head in disgust*


some1 got PWNEDIFIED.


anyway take the LP to the shop and have it set up.
Gear
Gibson Les Paul std faded, Godin LG
Marshall jcm900
Keeley ds1, maxon od808, boston tu500, RMC Wizard
#7
Quote by truespin
Your name contains the acronym LP and you double post?
*shakes head in disgust*


your name has no meaning to it and you start pissing matches over acronyms?
*walks out of room*
#8
Quote by BluesLP1990
your name has no meaning to it and you start pissing matches over acronyms?
*walks out of room*
No, really, you should stfu.

To the OP; take it to a good guitar tech. A moderate amount of playing around with your guitar is fine. If it needs more work than you can comfortably provide at this stage then bring it to a pro.