araT wrote:I doubt the frets need levelling if it's a new neck and you don't think there are any high frets, can't hurt to check with a fret-rocker, though. I think it has more to do with the fact that you haven't gotten the setup quite right yet, I would try taking the shim out, lowering the bridge, seeing how low you can get the action like that, and then from there adding shims as necessary to compensate for high action.
Can't answer your pickup questions, but I hear great things about Pickup Whiz, do you have them raised high enough? if they're too low they could be muddy..
andy_tchp wrote:The nut will not have anything to do with fret buzz. If the nut was too low it'd contribute to buzzing only when the strings were played open.
jondom22 wrote:andy_tchp wrote:The nut will not have anything to do with fret buzz. If the nut was too low it'd contribute to buzzing only when the strings were played open.
I do get some buzzing when the strings are played open, but that makes sense. Do you think that the frets need to be grinded/dressed? I know the 6105 frets are very high to begin with and I've heard that a lot of times when you buy a brand new neck with new frets (including from Musikraft) it needs the frets to be leveled out nicely. Most of the buzzing I'm getting is on the E-A-D strings, with some on the G string.
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