#1
I have an 04 Ibanez rg that I bought used and I have some fret buzz trouble. I adjusted the trem so its parallel to the body and set the trem height and I was still having fret buzz on the 1st fret on the low E and A strings and some buzz on the 8th fret on the D string. I figured this was a truss rod problem and I figured I needed relief on the neck. I loosened the truss rod a bit and it got rid of most of the buzz on the 1st fret but I still have a lot of buzz on the 8th(e string only). Should I loosen the truss rod? Tighten It? or is it a different problem?
04 Ibanez RG220B with jackson bridge humbucker
#2
might be a high fret there.

how old are the strings?
Jenneh

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#3
probably 2 months old, i know i need to change em
04 Ibanez RG220B with jackson bridge humbucker
#4
i would start there. get either the same, or the next higher gauge.

and swap one string at a time.
Jenneh

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#5
try raising the action just a tad... then reseting the intonation afterwards...
it shouldnt really matter tho, it will buzz a little possible if you unplugged...