#1
ok, i bought a schecter c-1 hellraiser a few months ago and have a problem, my action near the neck is really low but the action gets much higher as you go up the fretboard, what do i do?
2nd member of the "Rock and Roll will never die but if it does,
I'm sure as hell going to bring it back
" hells yea!

PM Pedalboard to join!
#2
Take it to a tech.
Quote by MH400
a girl on the interwebz?

You have 2 options.

1. Tits.
2. GTFO.

#3
**** , cant i do it myself, what ever it is that has to be done
2nd member of the "Rock and Roll will never die but if it does,
I'm sure as hell going to bring it back
" hells yea!

PM Pedalboard to join!
#4
You can do it yourself, but judging by the fact you don't know how to, it might be a better idea to take it to a tech. You don't wanna end up damaging it, or do you?

Either way, it depends on your neck. For a bolt-on neck, you unscrew the plate on the back and adjust it with an allen key. For other types I'm unsure. You just gotta find the metal bar that goes through your neck and adjust it with the allen key. If you do it yourself, make sure you don't make big changes, do it slowly and carefully.
Quote by MH400
a girl on the interwebz?

You have 2 options.

1. Tits.
2. GTFO.

#5
i usually fix my guitars on my own, and its a neck-thru, do i undo the plate at the top of bridge that says hellraiser on it?
2nd member of the "Rock and Roll will never die but if it does,
I'm sure as hell going to bring it back
" hells yea!

PM Pedalboard to join!
#6
Don't adjust the truss rod yet. Is it an FR or fixed bridge?
RIP Jasmine You.

Lieutenant of the 7-string/ERG Legion

Quote by FaygoBro420
Yo wassup, I'm trying to expand my musical horizons if you know what I mean, so can anybody reccomend me some cool Juggalo jazz?
#7
no its not floyd rose
2nd member of the "Rock and Roll will never die but if it does,
I'm sure as hell going to bring it back
" hells yea!

PM Pedalboard to join!