#1
I recently aquired a ESP f-250, and had it set up at the local music shop with a new set of 9 gauge strings....

But after i got it back, there was alot of fret buzz around the 8th and 9th frets, mainly on the A string, i believe they missed it as its only on some parts of the guitar, so i raised the bridge to a point where there is no more fret buzz, and so...

How do i know if i raised the bridge too high and if the truss rod is the problem? how high should the strings be off the fretboard? it feels great now, but i want it to done "properly"

Cheers for any help or advice.
#2
the truss rod shoud be adujusted by the gauge of strings you are using and the string it a personall call but i dont know how high
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#4
if you want something done right, do it yourself

i wouldnt let the guy at our music store adjust my action as its all about preference, i like my strings as low as possible with minimal fret buzz, a lil buzz is ok for like a second but if its a long buzz then its bad

and no matter how high you put your action if your bash the strings youll still get buzz........ so play with care