Join Date: Oct 2002
Location: Gainesville, FL
Re: rg 2550 peoblem.any experts.
maybe a high spot in a fret on the low E side. just a guess.
after you string it, tune it up and let it sit with the strings on it for a day or so to let the strings settle and the woods "find their place" and also settle. then start checking the neck relief and adjust the truss and bridge as needed. i have noticed lots of players like the action deadly low but with my heavy handed playing i have to bring it up a little as it buzzes madlywhen i play and i can't stand ANY buzz. that's just me though. if you have a lighter touch, then again, maybe a high fret. Rich could probably tell you about new factory frets still needing a minor leveling.
just my 2cents.
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