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I'm on the road today.
honestly I've been doing this thread for about
5 years and you seem to be the most
nervous / confused user I've come across
like I've explained to you many times,
you fret the first fret and last fret where
the neck and body meet.
that might be around the 19th fret.
so then looking at the halfway between the
two spots, is around the 8th fret.
if only a thin pick fits there and you are
getting buzz, then turn counter clockwise
1/4 turn. which is a small amount.
don't force the turn. and let the guitar settle
you aren't supposed to keep turning.
logically why would fret buzz go away if you keep tightening the truss rod.
something must be broken in that scenario. most likely your logic.
If you must do it blind, do it in eighth turns and give it half an hour in between adjustments.
Without meaning to sound like a motivational speaker, this is definitely the message to take away from todays lecture.
What? Where are you asking for feeler gauges that they don't know what you're talking about?
Go to a hardware or automotive shop. They'll have them. You gap spark plugs with them.
Again, if you can't measure, don't adjust. Take it to a music shop if you have to but don't go messing with an already off truss rod if you don't know what direction it needs to go.
No problem correcting without a gauge, just follow this guide:
.4mm is less than average relief.
that's one thin pick.
that might work for some guitars, but if you have buzz you'll want to add more.
because if the buzz isnt transmitting thru the amp, then
it's not being picked up on recordings.
Not transmitting thru an amp on an electric guitar is generally not considered an issue, and most techs wont
set up a guitar to be buzz free acoustically.
did you follow a schematic?
if so then try switching the two wires on the output jack.
You have slim choices, method choices, and large choices, and any one of these will do for enjoying instrument, but it also relies on HOW you want to perform instrument.
From the way he described it, it sounds like the older model Studio. The ones that were made before Gibson had all of their rosewood taken off them.
That tear isn't so bad.
Now you need one of these and you'll be set.
you said you have an iphone. get your priories straight.
HNCD. i love K100's. IIRC these are one of few cabs that they come in.
They can be quite heavy when going up stairs. Glad your happy with your new cab.