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Conversation Between pariahAK and twiztedchild
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  1. pariahAK
    01-27-2009 08:18 PM - permalink
    Do you think setting the saddles back on my tunomatic would do anything? I was looking at the bridge and it seems like if the saddle were moved all the way back it would hold the string up a little more.
  2. twiztedchild
    01-27-2009 08:03 PM - permalink
    I think you would have to get a new nut to raise them. which the nut it's self isn't that much I thing, but you would have to take the old one off and try to screw up the fret board or neck. Or you could look into finding someone that lives close to you, or works in your town that does it, I'm sure a Luithier, not a guy from Guitar Center, but a Real one should be able to do it and make it professional
  3. pariahAK
    01-27-2009 02:57 PM - permalink
    yo, so im still having the severe low end fret buzz with my sc207, even after my local tech tweeked it, he basically bowed the .... out of it and didnt change anything, so i straightened the neck back out and am looking at ather options. ive pretty much come to the conclusion that i do need to go up to a 68 for my low low string to get suficiant tension, but i was wondering if you know of any methods for raising the slots in my nut a couple milimeters or so, it seems to me that would help with that trecherous buzz on the first few frets.

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