I just changed my strings, and it messed up how my guitar was set up. I have it done pretty well now, but some questions:
I put a level (an instrument to see what kind of angle a surface is sloping) on the strings, and the bubble is towards the bass strings. As far as i can tell, the action of the low e is about 1.35 mm and the action of the high e string is 1.55mm.
I think the fretboard might be warping a bit and tilting to one side (if your looking at the fretboard lengthwise from the pickups towards the tuning pegs, holding the guitar at eye-level). I have a tune-o-matic bridge.
Anyway, I don't want to cause long term damage, how should the guitar be set up, should I eye-ball it and try to make the neck level, or try to make it so that the strings are level?
There is also a buzzing fret, the A string at the 19th & 20th fret buzzes against the 21st fret... thats the only fret, and it didn't do this before.
Edit: the neck actually looks pretty good... Is there a way I can file down the 21st fret to get rid of the buzzing? Is it common to have the bass strings be of higher elevation than the treble strings?