Question about Washburn D10sbc Acoustic Guitar
I agree with shiming the nut bridge, but if you ABSOLUTLEY have to adjust it: on the head stock exactly behind the nut bridge there should be a piece of plastic with 3 little srews. remove them and you should see a allen wrench head that is used to adjust the truss rod if you want to tighten, rotate allen head NO MORE THAN A QTR TURN to the right, make sure you let this set for at least 24-48 (preferably 48 so you can let the neck settle) hrs before adjusting another qtr turn if needed.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
Actually you can do this by adding shims under the saddle to raise the action. Then use the truss rod to make the action uniform if necessary. I try to avoid making adjustments to the neck because it could lead to undesirable perminent alteration to the neck. If you do make adjustments to the truss rod you should tune the guitar to pitch and let it sit left alone overnight to allow the wood time to adjust to the new adjustments.
Here is a link to an article on Adjusting action on an Acoustic Guitar.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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