Adjusting String Height
Okay TBers. Here's the deal. I've been playing bass for about 2 years. So I consider myself a rookie. I've never had any call to adjust string height. However, recently my G string has been giving me a bad buzz on occasion when I played above the octave. (Thumb position) Being the novice I am, I took it to my local Amro dealer guy, who's a family friend, thinking he could help. He agreed the G string was too low and said he would raise it. I played it again today and my action is much, much too high. On my bridge, there are metal (I'm assuming aluminum) cylindrical looking things on each side. Do I turn them? Are these bridge adjusters? If so. do I turn left for higher action, or vice versa? Please forgive such a novice question. Thank you, in advance.
Holding down the low end like nobody's business.