#1
Yes, noob question. I'm having some fret buzz. I raised the action of the bridge but there still is some. Could it be that I'm still using stock strings? I'm REALLY lazy when it comes to string changing. I'll normally change them once every 6 months.
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#2
maybe its time for a set up. bring it in to where you bought it and get it done if you dont know what ur doin. they prolly just neet to tweek the neck a little seeing that the humid summer months are over now. i usually do a set up on my guitars at least 2 times a year or when the weather goes from cold to hot and then back again.
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#3
i think theres a thread about this isnt there?
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#4
change your strings.

swap one at a time. after a few days, if it still buzzes repost.
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