#1
I want to get as low action on my fretless bass guitar as possible without too much buzz or any of that, should I have thinner or thicker strings for that, and any suggestions?

thanks
#2
String gauge doesn't matter, it's the height off the fretboard that does. Either lower the saddles or file the nut down until the action is to your liking.
BASSES

Yamaha RBX270L Custom Fretless
Traben Tribal Sun 5 L
Fender Custom Jazz Bass L

EFFECTS

BOSS DD-7
BOSS OC-3
BOSS RC-2
BOSS TU-2
Tech 21 Sans Amp Bass Driver DI

AMP

Yorkville XM200 Combo
#3
I know that when the gauges are lighter the strings buss more against the fretboard though
#5
Quote by 24fRETSoFfURY
Well, thicker strings will have a higher tension when tuned the same as thinner strings. This would mean they wouldn't flop around as much, so I guess that thicker stings wouldn't hit the fretboard as much.
Sounds logical to me anyway.

this man is correct.
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