#1
i just got a new guitar and wanted to set it up cause there's a little buzzing and it needs new strings any way. Does guitar center do that? i wanted to go there cause i thought it would be safe(like they wouldn't mess anything up). where do you guys go?
#2
Go to a local store before places like GC.
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#4
are they reliable? what happens if they mess it up? Like full with the truss rod too much?
#5
what type of guitar?

where is the buzzing?

you can change the strings and if it's still buzzing a little, we can probably adjust the action a little.
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#6
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are they reliable? what happens if they mess it up? Like full with the truss rod too much?

ask the guy working there how much strings a regular guitar has.
if he says 6 then he's reliable enough
#8
you can use a tiny allen wrench on the 2 front pegs of each saddle to raise the strings that are buzzing.

you should also make sure that the bridge is level.

Jenneh

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