PRS 305 string height

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  1. Contiuum

    Contiuum New Member

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    hi i have a prs 305,
    alredy did a full set up :
    neck relief
    string height
    intonation
    the bridge is floating 2/32" parallel
    set up the trem screws with a 2,5 mm allen key

    the problem is that the action on the high e string cant go any lower,
    any idea why?
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  2. Contiuum

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    btw i cant add links until i make 3 post
     
  3. Dirty_Boogie

    Dirty_Boogie Still got the ol' tagger on it

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    Reply to this, and you'll be good to go... :)
     
  4. Contiuum

    Contiuum New Member

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    good i uploaded a photo now, any ideas ?
     
  5. alantig

    alantig Speedo Model In Weighting

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    Is the nut slot for that string higher by chance?
     
  6. Contiuum

    Contiuum New Member

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    no its fine
     
  7. toothace

    toothace We've got, you know, armadillos in our trousers.

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    Is it my eye, or is there something wonky with the overall arc of the strings...they do not arc to match the fretboard radius but rather seem to rise from high E to low E
     
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  8. 11top

    11top Cousin Eddie's cousin

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    I like a low action. I find it’s not uncommon for me to lower the high E saddle to the bottom on a trem. I agree that there should be enough tolerance to allow it to fret out or at least buzz.
     
  9. Contiuum

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    yes its 4/64" on the e,b,g,d and 5/64 on the A,E
     
  10. Contiuum

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    there is not fret buzz, but the action on the high e string is 4/64" and i want it to go 3/64",

    so should i lower the bridge 0,5 mm?
     
  11. bodia

    bodia Authorities said.....best leave it.....unsolved

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    All the way across, yes.
     
  12. dogrocketp

    dogrocketp I drank the PRS kool aid, and it was tasty!

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    Make sure you detune the guitar before you start lowering.
     

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