#1
I'm putting new strings on my Schecter Elite and I have terrible fret buzz on the first fret and it will fret out on high frets. Obviously truss rod adjustment won't fix it because my action is relatively straight but I don't know how to raise the action at the bridge. Anyone know how to with Diamond Series Schecter basses?
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#2
they're new strings wait till they're streched out if the buzz doesnt go then ask again
edit:unless you mean adjust befpre you change strings then just turn the screw at the edge of your bridge to move the saddle or you might have a dropped saddle in which you have to level out the saddel by adujusting those 2 small screws next to the strings with an allen key till level
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#3
I'm used to the new string buzz.....I've never had buzz that was bad enough to come through the amp though.
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#5
I'm replacing the stock strings so I'm not sure about the original gauge but they feel very close to the originals.
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