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> Buzz On 2nd String 7 Fret (e Note)
MonkeyDAthos
post Jul 10 2011, 11:20 PM
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That's the only place here i detected some buzz : c i try to readjust/rebalance the bridge but, i just can't seem to get rid of it : C help?


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post Jul 11 2011, 12:07 AM
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When did it appear?
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post Jul 11 2011, 12:14 AM
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QUOTE (Sollesnes @ Jul 11 2011, 12:07 AM) *
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i cant say an exact date, but i just notice it like 2 hours ago

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post Jul 11 2011, 12:25 AM
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You could always do some truss rod adjustment, but it being on the 7th fret only is kinda weird. I would change strings, wipe off the fretboard and see if it was just some dirt, and if your strings are old, new strings can do wonders... Could of course be a high fret, but you should have noticed it before. Could be temperature kicking out though. smile.gif
If you have never done any truss rod adjustments I would just ask a tech to take a look at it if changing strings and stuff doesn't help.

Does it buzz hard enough to go into the amp? If it doesn't, it's nothing to care about (unless it's killing off your harmonics).

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post Jul 11 2011, 12:38 AM
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you can notice a bit if you pay attention in clean, with distortion is fine.

im gonna change strings anyways, gonna put those hybrid packs of 0'9/0'10 and see what happen

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post Jul 11 2011, 12:52 AM
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If you've been putting on random string gauges in random tunings, your action is probably just low and you need to do some truss rod adjustments. Cheap guitars doesn't usually have perfectly lvled frets.
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post Jul 11 2011, 12:56 AM
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not the guitar came with 0'9 and i have been using 0'9, E Standard always . the action is normal : c me thinks, i think might of one of the reason you mention before also this guitar been my main in gigs and the strings might be a little heavily used.

cuz to be honest i don't remember hearing this buzz untill now.

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