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BodomBeachTerror  
25 Nov 2008 19:49 | Quote
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just bought a Roland Cube 30X. i tried it at the store, havnt tried it at home yet, sounded great tho. unfortunately my guitars frets need to be fixed cuz of buzz
EMB5490  
25 Nov 2008 19:56 | Quote
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raise the action.
BodomBeachTerror  
25 Nov 2008 20:01 | Quote
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i didnt wanna do that myself, cuz i havta take all the strings off, then put em all back on, then if its still buzzing i gotta take em all off again. so i thought itd be better if someone who knew he was doing to do it.. well anyway its no longer in my house
TheAmericanBrit  
25 Nov 2008 20:45 | Quote
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You don't have to take the strings off...
BodomBeachTerror  
25 Nov 2008 20:45 | Quote
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on mine you do
TheAmericanBrit  
25 Nov 2008 20:48 | Quote
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What guitar?
BodomBeachTerror  
25 Nov 2008 21:00 | Quote
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JS30 Rhoads.. wait how do you raise the action?
RelaxedDude  
25 Nov 2008 21:03 | Quote
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I believe its called the nut? Maybe thats the wrong side of the neck

At any rate, just raise it to lift the strings higher off the neck

Skold will probly explain further
BodomBeachTerror  
25 Nov 2008 21:04 | Quote
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do i raise and lower the bridge? or the other side by the head

well either way i got someone who knew what he was doing to do it
Crunch  
25 Nov 2008 21:26 | Quote
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I would comment on changing your action, but don't want to cause any problems :)

Good purchase on the cube. One of the better solid state amps you'll find, great practice amp.
BodomBeachTerror  
25 Nov 2008 21:36 | Quote
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yeah, i was thinking about the line 6 spider, but ive heard bad things about them, and the roland sounds better, not as much distortion though
telecrater  
25 Nov 2008 21:46 | Quote
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if you have a floyd rose bridge I can't advise you. It sounds like you do, they can be tricky. Usually you have buzzes on the feats when the actin is too low or you have warn out frets.
BodomBeachTerror  
25 Nov 2008 21:55 | Quote
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i dont. its a string thru bridge i think is wut its called. you can look at the guitar i have to see what kind it is
TheAmericanBrit  
25 Nov 2008 22:30 | Quote
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yeah, you can do it with the strings still on.

My guitar is a string through, and I do it all the time.
TheAmericanBrit  
25 Nov 2008 22:33 | Quote
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From looking at the pictures, I don't know how you would change the action, though...
BodomBeachTerror  
26 Nov 2008 00:04 | Quote
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this amp kicks buttocks. i dare not go past half volume, i fear it would destroy the house its so loud. half way is pushing it
lance  
26 Nov 2008 14:25 | Quote
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fret buzz is caused by weather changes, especially this time of year.
the cold shrinks the neck,which in turn causes fret buzz. truss rod
adjustment will fix it. a good fret polishing helps too.

just have it setup and you'll still have low action.
BodomBeachTerror  
26 Nov 2008 14:59 | Quote
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yea thats wut my teacher said. he said it sounded like one of the frets was a little higher than the rest, the guy who is fixing it will probly set it up properly


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