#1
I adjusted my truss rod, made all of the adjustments to fix fret buzz. (It kinda worked, not perfect still)
So, is this action a little high, or if Its bowing too much?





Sorry if the pics are bad, but you can get the idea.
Wow, sorry for the gigantic pictures, I messed up the settings.
#2
Honestly I would take it to a shop. I have bad luck with the truss rod and I really wouldn't advise anybody to adjust that yourself unless you REALLY know what your doing. To me though, it looks like its bowing up, after about the 5th fret. But like I said, man I wouldn't advise doing this yourself, you can really screw the thing up bad if your not careful.
#3
like he said, be careful. rockin' sofa by the way
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#4
Fret the first and the last fret. Now look at the space between the string and the 12th fret. There should be about a business card's thickness of space between the two.
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#5
Could be lower.


But I really need bigger pictures to tell properly.

Edit: Definitely bring it to a pro.
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Honestly I would take it to a shop. I have bad luck with the truss rod and I really wouldn't advise anybody to adjust that yourself unless you REALLY know what your doing. To me though, it looks like its bowing up, after about the 5th fret. But like I said, man I wouldn't advise doing this yourself, you can really screw the thing up bad if your not careful.


Probably bad pic I already adjusted the truss rod yesterday, and was careful to only bow it back only a bit. Should I still be worried about damage if I already did it and it worked?

Its quite different than how I had it, but vibrato seems loads easier. There is less buzz in some spots, and more in others. (still in first position)