#1
What is "action"? Referring to guitar? How can you lower/raise it? What does that do?
This is a really nub question I'm sorry.
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#3
^^^thats action
you can change it by ajusting the height of your bridge...i think
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#4
You lower/ raise it to get rid of unwanted buzzing (raising) or lowering it so it's easier to play
#5
u see where the strings travel through on most guitars, and there are those little shoe looking thing grab an Allen key and adjust it

lowering it can increase quickness depth of sound and other little things getting it just right to suit urself is good
#6
And how you raise/lower said strings, is eh...You see those two screws on either side of your bridge? Turn 'em to the left/right to change it. I forget which direction is which, so you'll have to experiment, haha.


EDIT: Eh, lowering it also increases bass/muddiness, while raising it increases note definition, etc.. If you can find the middle ground, it'd probably sound great.
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#8
Quote by SchecterC-1+Man
And how you raise/lower said strings, is eh...You see those two screws on either side of your bridge? Turn 'em to the left/right to change it. I forget which direction is which, so you'll have to experiment, haha.


EDIT: Eh, lowering it also increases bass/muddiness, while raising it increases note definition, etc.. If you can find the middle ground, it'd probably sound great.


.... not everyone has that style bridge.