Originally Posted by yannvii
YES! but think about it........My first and second fret of my 3 first string,
are buzzing :S
Might be the nut is too low on that end. If that is the case you can heighten it by putting in a shim under it. There is a lot of info on set-ups on the web nowadays.
Checking if the nut height is right is easy to do. Press the string between the 2nd and 3rd fret, the string should just (barely) clear the 1st fret and then it's fine. If it touches the 1st fret, the nut is too low. If it has a lot of clearance it is too high.
It is better to run through a proper set-up though. This will take you a little while but if anything you will learn a lot from it
Height adjustment (heighten or lower the action) is done by turning the tremstuds in or out. The allenkey to do this came with your 1570. Unlike older Edge trems, the Edge Pro does not have locking studs so it is a simple affair. Clockwise to lower, anti-clockwise to raise. Not saying it is a good thing they don't have locking studs
edit: you do not have to slack a string when you raise or lower the bridge, unless you are raising it half an inch. Just unlock the toplock, raise the bridge, tune to pitch.