How To Adjust The Truss Rod On Your Acoustic Guitar

How To Adjust The Truss Rod On Your Acoustic Guitar

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How To Adjust The Truss Rod On Your Acoustic Guitar
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9 responses to “How To Adjust The Truss Rod On Your Acoustic Guitar”

  1. MrWilko58 says:

    Thanks. That’s a good description of truss rod vs strings. Makes sense.

  2. roshan ashraf says:

    GUYS…BE CAREFUL WHILE TIGHTENING TRUSS ROD UNDER FULL STRING TENSION….I ONCE BROKE MY STRINGS WHILE DOING UNDER FULL STRING TENSION…I HOPE THIS HELPED 🙂

  3. Montu Rathore says:

    My guitar’s string last E A D strings have a buzzing sound
    And the nut area is somewhat lifted up by itself
    What to do plz help 😭😭

  4. Neil Mitchell says:

    My guitar seems to have a backwards buckle around where the neck meets the body, even when the truss rod is slackened off – guess that means a trip to a luthier?

  5. Rod says:

    Great dude its the second time I watch your video it helps a lot. Thanks for your tips

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  7. onsese joo says:

    As a non musician, I find it odd they haven’t created a proper adjustable bridge and saddle on acoustic guitars thus eliminating the difficulties with intonation and action. It would make possible to use whatever strings you want.

  8. Terrapin says:

    First video I’ve watched while squeezing the lemon! Woohoo!
    Great info! Kudos!

  9. mike wilson says:

    Great idea having a full time slide attached to your pinky finger! 😄

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