#1
If i'm getting fret buzz should I raise or lower my bridge? Just a quick question so thanks to anyone who replys.
Kit:

Tanglewood TW28STR
PRS Soapbar SE II
Epiphone LP100

Roland Cube 30x (New!)
#2
raise your action. but don't touch your bridge. unless you have a classical, in which case take it into a proffesional. only touch your bridge for intonation, not for fretbuzzes.
Gear:
Fender Hot Rod Deville 2x12
Custom Built Guitar (made it myself)
PRS SE Soapbar II Maple
Fender Stratacoustic (Stolen! )
Digitech RP200
Boss MT-2
Roland Microcube
I like my stuff!
#3
Raise it. That doesn't neceseary mean the fret buzz will go away, it could be a lot of other reasons aswell.
#4
it would depend on where the strings buzz.
1st few frets = could be a nut problem
7th to 9th fret = truss rod
12th frets onwards = action
Ibanez RG321MH (Air Classic/Tone Zone)
Fernandes Telecaster (Twang King/stock bridge pickup)
Blackstar HT-20 (Scumback 55 speaker/ Tung Sol tubes)
TC Electronic Nova Repeater
Lava Cables Clear Connect, Soar and Mini ELC
#5
How do I adjust the action without raising my bridge?
Kit:

Tanglewood TW28STR
PRS Soapbar SE II
Epiphone LP100

Roland Cube 30x (New!)
#6
Actually scrap this I think it may be something else, i'll save some pennys and look into getting it properly set up, many thanks to everyone that replied though!
Kit:

Tanglewood TW28STR
PRS Soapbar SE II
Epiphone LP100

Roland Cube 30x (New!)