#1
Im trying to reduce the amount of fret buzz on my guitar.

Since the neck looked too straight (with the strings on) i thought it might help if I loosened the truss rod slightly. Unfortunately i found that the truss rod was already as loose as it would go.

Is there anything i can do to bend the neck back to how it should be?
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#2
if the truss rod is already as loose as it will go that's not usually a good thing.
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#3
Raise the action a bit and use some heavier strings.
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#4
Try a higher bridge. That might work.
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#5
I'd use heavier strings, but the guitar has a Floyd rose (only a licensed one) and it doesn't seem to like anything higher than 0.09s in standard tuning.
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A Guitar with an LFR > Korg Pitchblack > Behringer EQ > Hardwire CM-2 Overdrive Boss SD-1 > Hardwire CR-7 Chorus>
Orange Tiny Terror >
LzR Engineering 212 cab

My other amp can run Crysis
#6
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I'd use heavier strings, but the guitar has a Floyd rose (only a licensed one) and it doesn't seem to like anything higher than 0.09s in standard tuning.


Do you know how to set up an FR? With a bit of tweaking, it'll be fine.
#7
If the truss rod is as loose as it will go then that means it's applying the absolute minimum tension to the neck which will result in a forward bow, which implies you need to tighten it.

In all honesty I'd take it to a shop, you should always have a bit of leeway on either side with a correctly set truss rod..
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