#1
I don't play bass much but i have a precision bass and on the higher octave (beyond the 12th fret on the low E string, the string wont sound out very well because the rest of the string will buzz against the fretboard. How do i fix this? Please post your ideas! Thanks! Parker
my gear: Gibson 2008 Standard Flying V
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Vox AC30 Custom Classic
Jackson USA Soloist
#2
raise the actions on the saddles
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#4
How long have you had the strings on your bass?
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#5
I havent had em on long and how the hell do raise the action. sorry i am a noob when it comes to maintenance like this.
my gear: Gibson 2008 Standard Flying V
Marshall MG100DFX
2006 Mexican Stratocaster
GAS Gear: Gibson 1959 Goldtop Les Paul
Vox AC30 Custom Classic
Jackson USA Soloist
#7
but yeah raise action or set up. as everyones said.
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#8
how much could the setup cost (done professionally) and where could i get it done. thanks again, Parker
my gear: Gibson 2008 Standard Flying V
Marshall MG100DFX
2006 Mexican Stratocaster
GAS Gear: Gibson 1959 Goldtop Les Paul
Vox AC30 Custom Classic
Jackson USA Soloist
#10
k thanks man
my gear: Gibson 2008 Standard Flying V
Marshall MG100DFX
2006 Mexican Stratocaster
GAS Gear: Gibson 1959 Goldtop Les Paul
Vox AC30 Custom Classic
Jackson USA Soloist
#11
if the problem is just in one string i would setup myself. but if the neck is the problem then a pro setup could be a good idea
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