#1
On my high E string, my 15 16 and 17 sounds like the same...

is that a tuss rod problem? How do I fix it??
By the was I DID NOT change my string gauge.
#2
Sounds more like its a bridge height problem. Truss adjustment wont effect much that high up the neck. Have you played with the action recently?
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#3
action problem...
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#5
firstly what kind of bridge do you have?
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#10
my advice is try edging the TOM up a bit at a time to see if that fixes the problem.

You say you fret the 15th 16th and 17th and they sound the same yes? what note is actually sounding? for example if say you were fretting the 15th 16th and 17th and only the 17th sounds at all times then theres a chance of a proud 17th fret (higher than it should be) You can remove this from happening if the bridge is raised but the proper fix is a fret level and setup by a pro or maybe even a few frets needing replacement.
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