#1
how can I raise the action, or how can I get rid of a string buzz?? the string hits the first fret metal thing...I think if it could be a little higher it wouldnt hit...
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#2
You can do a couple of things. ONe is take it to your local guitar store and let them do it. If you put in a shim it will throw your intonation off. If it's already off it could be because you lost a shim. If this is something new you probably lost a shim changing strings. Anyway just get a $40 set up and the problem should be solved.
#3
ok, well its just minor I think I am just going to leave it like that because intonation is pretty sweet right now...
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#4
Throw your intonation off? Only in the most extreme change. Adjusting the height of the nut seems to be your problem. You can just place a shim behind the nut and raise it probably only 2/32", if it's really bad. Honestly, don't worry about it hurting your intonation. You're not changing the string length, you're raising the height of the strings from the fretboard.
Sincerely, Chad.
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