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Some of my frets do not make any noise when i play them, could you please tell me why this is happening?

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You should have NO fret noise if the neck is properly adjusted for string height. If you are getting fret buzz take it into a gutar shop for adjustment.

Google "fret buzz"

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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!

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I can't set my intonation on my 2012 fender american strat hss.i have done what they say to do but it doesn't help

okay first you must look at the frets if they are flattened out this is one reason and no matter what you do you will not be able to do it because the flattened frets are now making string contact further up in the scale length instead of in the center of the fret look at your string when you press it down it will be making contact on the very front of the fret making the notes sharp and driving you crazy with repeated attempts at setting the intonation you need a fret dressing if this is not the case and the frets are not worn but the strings are high off the fret board the neck relief needs to be adjusted to much neck curve upward results in higher string travel to be fretted which will add higher pressure to fret a note and making them sound sharp to check the neck take a capo clamp it at 1st fret now go to the fret where the neck joins the body and depress it count back to the halfway point and see how much space is between the top of the fret and the bottom of the string this should be around the eighth fret or seventh take a matchbook cover or a thin piece of plastic like a laminate you cover your pictures or documents with put it between the string and the fret the right height should be that it just fits between without moving the string once you've done this you should be able to intonate but please inspect all your frets first for flattening wear from playing if buzzing occurs after setting the frets in that are higher up the neck need to be dressed because they are not as worn as your regular playing zone which will make them a little taller when adjusting the truss rod do it 1/8 of a turn at a time do not crank it they are very sensitive to torque and the neck will bend backwards you must go slowly restringing and unbolting the neck unless your truss rod is at the headstock these are much easier but still require a little at a time 1/8 turns and patience good luck

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There are a few golden rules when adjusting your truss rod. First, only use the rod to keep your neck as straight as it needs to not use it to adjust your action! Second, only use the proper tools. If you do not know what the proper tool is, check with the manufacturer. Truss rod nuts are easy to strip, and once they're stripped, they are expensive to fix! Finally, do not force anything; an eighth of a turn can make a drastic change. Remember, if the truss rod feels tight or doesn't seem to be doing anything, take it to a professional.

  1. Start by sitting with the guitar in the playing position.
  2. Tune it to pitch if it is not already.
  3. Capo the first fret. If you do not own a capo, you can use your fretting hand.
  4. Next, fret the bass string with your picking hand up near where the neck joins the body. This is typically around the 14th fret, but it may be higher up with some electric guitars. In our example, we'll be using the 20th fret.
  5. Use the string as a straightedge held against the neck which will either bow away, or against the string. This is how you determine the amount of relief in the neck. You can also use a steel ruler placed along the length of the neck, in the same manor.
  6. In our example, the approximate half way point between the 20th fret and the 1st, will be the 7th fret where we will observe the distance between the top of that fret and the bottom of the string (or ruler), as pictured. Notice the gap. Hint: Half way down the neck is often between the 7th-9th frets.
  7. If you have a gap between the top of the fret and the bottom of the string, you likely have a bowed neck. If there is no gap, it is likely either dead straight or back-bowed.

HOW MUCH TO ADJUSTThe bigger the gap, the more relief is in the neck. Normally, we want just a small amount of relief in the neck for optimal playing, about the same as the thickness of a business card or less.

If there is a gap, tighten the truss rod clockwise until you have something closer to what we're after. Slide a business card in between the top of fret and bottom of the string (or ruler). Make sure you are placing the card parallel with the string or ruler. If there is no gap, you may be either dead straight or back bowed, so you will need to loosen the truss rod counter-clockwise to get the results we are after. Hint: If the strings are buzzing in the first few frets and open strings, it is often a clear indication of a back bow.

Remember, do not force anything to get the results you are after. If it is hard to adjust or spins freely you may need professional assistance.

The final step in setting your relief is to test it out! If it feels better, you're done! But take note, straightening the neck may actually make your guitar play worse! Consequently, when the truss rod is tightened, the height of the strings are lowered, which can create string buzz if your guitar isn't setup properly to start. Likewise, it can make a poor fret condition more noticeable. So, if your guitar plays worse after adjusting the neck, it is either too straight for your playing style, or it is a sign that more work is needed. Thankfully, you can easily reverse the changes you've just made if required.

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If it is not a fret problem, it may be a real dead spot on your bass. If so, it would be regardless of the pickup used and could be heard acoustically if you could hear notes that low easily. Most guitars have notes on the fretboard somwhere that are a little dead. It is due to destructive interference and there is not much that can be done. To happen at the 5th fret is unusual though. Make sure the string is wound properly around the head, and that nothing is loose and actually moving/buzzing when you play the note.
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