#1
ok so I have a guitar tuned to C and i was raising the pickups and idk if this was a problem before i started messing with the pickups or not but i noticed it a few minutes ago. The action gets higher as the neck goes. At the first fret its nearly resting on the fret but near the 9-22nd frets its a bit higher than normal.

1) whats wrong?
2) how do i fix this?


EDIT: the guitar isnt built to be in drop C, i just tuned it down and keep it like that. idk if that makes a difference or anything
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#3
Yeah, sounds like a combination of a truss rod adjustment and maybe adjusting the height on your bridge, however if you don't know what you're doing take it to a shop. You can throw all kinda things out of whack with an improper truss rod adjustment.
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#4
ill put that on the list of things to do when i take it into the shop lol
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my dick is generally better than yours, and is more pleasing to look at and hold.
your dick understands and accepts this, and is willing to just move on.