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Frets really want to buy a but see some talk about bad frets is this a problem now in 2014 models

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Not on all the guitars. My advice is to play the one you are planning on purchasing before buying it.

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I have a Gibson guitar that I would like to know the model name of.

if you contact Gibson with the serial nuer, they can tell you exactly what you have. Here's the link-

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I would like to find out the model name and the value with just the serial number and a picture

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What wood and year ?

Neck Material: Mahogany- Neck Type: Artcore set-in- Body: Maple top/back/sides- Frets: Large frets- Fingerboard: Bound Rosewood- Inlay: Pearl dot inlay- Bridge: ART1 bridge- NeckPU: ACH-ST- BridgePU: ACH-ST- HW Color: CH- Width: Max width at lower bout: 15 3/4"- BodyThickness: Max body thickness: 3 5/8"
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Feb 24, 2015 | Guitar Research Music

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I don't know what guitar this is because you need to be specific about make and model? but to set up your guitar the low E string #6 the height should be 6/64ths +/-a 64th and the high E string #1 should be 4/64ths +/- a 64th you must be careful because it's not just lowering the bridge saddles to do this the adjustment also has to do with the neck relief and the condition of the frets EX. if you have frets that are higher than others because you don't play there in that area the strings will buzz of the tops of those higher frets. you can try to do it and get your guitar more comfortable to play I don't know all the details here? how old, first, second owner makes a difference because of different playing habits of multiple people but if you do it and it works GREAT! but if you have the problems with buzzing and still not able to intonate the guitar it needs to be seen by a repairman for a (1)fret dressing=make all the frets the same height and reshaped (2)proper neck curvature adjustment =relief (3)intonation= putting the bridge saddle's in the proper place so the guitar is in tune with itself up and down the neck these things require a skilled repairman for the results you want and if you don't have the knowledge and training and tools to do these things you will only turn you guitar into a mess playing worse than ever and sounding terrible but don't misunderstand me here if your willing to learn how to do these things it will help you keep your guitar maintained and the cost of doing so down there are books you can buy showing you what you have to do to get your guitar straight and if yours is not an expensive model well then you can certainly try but if that's all you have to play I wouldn't! go buy some experimental cheap ones at a garage sale and learn on those you'll be glad in the end that I was the person who answered your question here before you started to embark on your quest for a smooth playing and sweet sounding instrument and only getting a nightmare in your hands with the roar of GODZILLA post back here for more info and help!

Aug 26, 2014 | Music

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This means the 12th fret is a bit too high. If you are not familiar with adjusting frets take it to any local guitar shop for repair.

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Hi I have an Epiphone Dove and recently some frets have "died". Meaning they are not playable, instead of clear tones it makes a buzzing sound. I can solve the issue with a capo on the forth...

You should take teh guitar to a Luthier at a guitar repair facility. Either the frets are worn (visible) or possibly the truss rod needs adjusting. Both of these need a bit of proffessional attention. It sounds like your particular condition is probably the truss rod... also are you using the CORRECT tension strings for the instrument? Wrong or worn strings can be the problem!

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When i hit some E notes from silence and i strike...

Who knows what kind of instrument you are talking about??? Could be a organ, synth or even a guitar...

For organs, etc, there may be something loose and resonating... go searching by putting pressure on things that might be vibrating...

If it is a guitar it is probably fret buzz... read up by searching google for fret buzz... it is caused by inadequatte clearance of the strings to the frets or playing the strings wrong (plucking vertically)..

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Truss rods and dead frets- how do I adjust the guitar so the strings are close to the neck without getting dead frets?

I own an Epiphone Casino and if I needed to adjust the truss rod I would take it to a luthier (stinged instrument repair person). There is a good write up on it here.

Hope this helps.


Oct 31, 2009 | Epiphone Les Paul 100 Electric Guitar

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Own Peavey Cirrus 5 BXP , Strings are to close to the frets.

If the problem you are having is buzzzing, yes. This height is called the "action" of the bass. You can change either or both the saddle and bridge. I would recommend that you have this examined at a music store to verify that the neck is straight and does not need adjustment too. This is part of normal upkeep for these. Expect an overhaul cost of about $50 if you have it adjusted.


Mar 19, 2009 | Peavey Music

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