#1
Hi,
about to re-string my guitar and at the moment ive got fret buzz on the 1st and 2nd frets on some strings, its a floyd rose (licensed) guitar, wondering how to fix this, id guess to adjust the truss rod abit?

Also any other tips whilst changing strings about maintenance?

thanks
dan
#2
did u change em one by one, and to same gauge?
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#3
yeh did it all carefully to avoid as many problems as possible

, its not like really bad, as soon as its plugged through an amp its un-noticable but yeh nonetheless its there
#4
I had this problem with my Epi Studio, Just adjust the truss rod slightly and it should be less noticeable
#7
which i do how?
i know how to on a hard-tail guitar
but i dare not do anything unless im completly sure
#8
Honestly, I have no clue how to adjust action on a floyd rose bridge, you're going to have to google, but its a much safer option than trying to adjust your truss rod if you don't know what you're doing. Measure the string height at the 12th fret so you can go back to the original setting if need be.
#9
Quote by Dan818
clockwise or anti-clockwise??
and by 1/4 turn or less?



Not too sure to be honest, But I would say less than a 1/4 turn, then if no improvement turn some more....

Probably best to google it though ^^