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as some of you know i recently rebuild a goth explorer and posted my progrees on the progress page. well now that it is done im haveing trouble setting it up right. the person who want to buy it want low action but for some reason i can not get it. when it set up low only the first 3 frets buzz. i was wondering if there was a certain way to set up the tail peace hight and would that even be a factor?

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as some of you know i recently rebuild a goth explorer and posted my progrees on the progress page. well now that it is done im haveing trouble setting it up right. the person who want to buy it want low action but for some reason i can not get it. when it set up low only the first 3 frets buzz. i was wondering if there was a certain way to set up the tail peace hight and would that even be a factor?

Maybe your nut isn't cut right? Could be the slots are too deep, if it's only the first three frets.

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thanks for the help. i finaly got it right last night and now i get no fret buzz.

idch- i bought the nut pre sloted and when i was about to put it in i cleaned the nut slot just enough to remove the old glue.

Maiden69- only the first few frets use to buzz. i tweaked with the truss rod and now it working great.

thomasteven- i dont think that the neck angle would be a factor since this is a epiphone goth explorer that already had the angle.

Once again thank you all for taking the time to help me out.

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