Re: 20 fret buzz
Its an easy job IF you know what you are doing. I recommend having a pro do it but here are the steps. First, you need a short straight edge to determine which fret or frets are high. Once you find which frets need work, you need to decide if the fret is simply popped out of the slot a bit or if it is really too tall. A tall fret gets filed down to match the surrounding frets and then re-crowned and polished. A popped or lifted fret needs to be reseated. This can be done with a fret hammer(plastic or brass head) or a fret press. Often, popped frets need to be glued to stay down. If you do not have the proper tools and files, you can destroy your frets and a partial refret will cost much more than a pro repair on a few frets.