#1
So i have fret buzz i think they called it. if i play an open note on any string, it buzzes on the 1st through 3rd fret. i was told adjusting the truss rod fixes it, idk if thats true. any ideas or comments?
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#2
it could be the action which could be fixed on the bridge. on my strat it just use a simple allen key.... DO NOT adjust the truss rod yourself
#3
Don't touch the truss rod. Adjust the action on your bridge.
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#4
with a level bridge (flat, balanced, or flush against the body)

fret the Low E on the first fret, at the same time,
fret the Low E on the last fret, where the neck and body meet.

with both places held, look at the middle frets 7-9th.

if the string lays on the fretwire there, you dont have enough bend.
if the string is more than a credit cards thickness up from the wire there, you have too much.

measure and repost.
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#5
hey, ok i got ur message.

if the string is touching then you'll want to adjust the neck.

it's a very small turn. 1/4" COUNTER clockwise.

use the correct sized wrench and dont force the turn.

make sure that after you adjust that small amount, you leave the guitar to settle for the night, in tune. and then remeasure the relief again in the morning.
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