NotYou Posted June 27, 2010 Report Share Posted June 27, 2010 (edited) I just set up a guitar and was able to get the lowest string action I've ever felt. But (and there's always a "but"), if I play it unplugged, there is a slight buzz in the middle frets (around 5-10). If I play it through an amp, even straight with no distortion, it's completely inaudible. It could fixed easily by raising the bridge a little. Better yet, I think if I tighten the truss rod a little, I could keep the low action and get rid of the buzz (I'm a light picker and I'm keeping this guitar). I'm pretty sure I know what I'll do, but I'm just wondering what you guys would do in this situation. Would you leave it as is, or try to fix it? Does that slight buzz when unplugged bother you? Edited June 27, 2010 by NotYou Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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