#1
Okay so i just changed strings to a higher gauge and thought i best adjust the truss rod. But when i looked at it there is no tool marks, on my strat it had cross head slots for a cross head screwdriver, but on this guitar there isnt any.....

So i am clueless, unless its at the other end of the neck near to where it bolts on???

But that would envole me unscrewing the neck off and stuff so anyone got any ideas how to adjust it without take the neck off completely??
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#2
What guitar is it? If there is a truss rod cover at the head stock, then you most likely adjust it at the head stock, it might need an allen key to adjust it.




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#3
If theres a hole in the end then it uses a allen wrench noy a screwdriver. Other wise yea usually the neck has to come off to adjust from the other end.
#4
Yer i am gunna have to adjust it from the other end cheers anyway..
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#5
Never mind my last post ummmm yer allen keys work cheers for that but umm what way do i turn it? sorry to be a bother
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