• Yamahasoldier

    Wo Wo Wo. you got me all wrong. I didnt mean that i adjusted the truss rod drastically causeing severe underbow. Im not an amateur at setting up guitars. All my guitars are set up by me and all play exceptionally, i just happened to run into fret buzz problems with the Eclipse and was wondering if anyone else has experienced these same problems. Ive only put a half turn on the truss rod when the neck was set as straight as an arrow. Those two quarter turns i made underbowed the neck to the point that anymore would cause more fret buzz. Its not really severe fret buzz, but it does bleed through to the amp.

    • Gfunk

      Wo Wo Wo. you got me all wrong. I didnt mean that i adjusted the truss rod drastically causeing severe underbow. Im not an amateur at setting up guitars. All my guitars are set up by me and all play exceptionally, i just happened to run into fret buzz problems with the Eclipse and was wondering if anyone else has experienced these same problems. Ive only put a half turn on the truss rod when the neck was set as straight as an arrow. Those two quarter turns i made underbowed the neck to the point that anymore would cause more fret buzz. Its not really severe fret buzz, but it does bleed through to the amp.

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    • Juan C.

      Im not an amateur at setting up guitars.

      Then it shouldn't be hard to spot that your guitar either

      A) Needs a fret level

      or

      B) Has a twist in the neck.


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