#1
So, I play my electric guitar with no amplification on the 10 fret of the high E string and then I get a strange sounds, like an echo or reverb. It sounds good but I dont know why it happens.
#2
Fretbuzz.
And, it's BAD. D:
Take your guitar to get its frets dressed.
#3
Probably fret buzz. Are you sure it doesnt happen when you play it through an amp? otherwise youre hearing things. take your guitar to a tech to get it set up
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#4
check the Pick ups and see if they are raised too high.
thats not likely though.


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Probably fret buzz. Are you sure it doesnt happen when you play it through an amp? otherwise youre hearing things. take your guitar to a tech to get it set up


It happens when I am playing with and without an amp.
#6
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It happens when I am playing with and without an amp.


do you have a floyd rose??
normally you get a kind of reverb out of the free space that is in the guitar because of the whammy bar and springs.

if you don't, than it is string buzz, or your guitar has great tonal qualities
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So, I play my electric guitar with no amplification on the 10 fret of the high E string and then I get a strange sounds, like an echo or reverb. It sounds good but I dont know why it happens.


I dunno about the E String, this usually just happens when i single strum a string really freakin' hard. hmm.
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#8
Then its fret buzz my friend, simple solution: take it to a guitar tech and they should set it up relatively cheaply, and it should play and feel a lot better afterwards!
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do you have a floyd rose??
normally you get a kind of reverb out of the free space that is in the guitar because of the whammy bar and springs.

if you don't, than it is string buzz, or your guitar has great tonal qualities


I am not sure if I have a floyd rose, I am going to look for some pictures and compare them to my guitar.

Edit: I dont have a floyd rose, so it is fret buzz.
Here in my country (Panama) there are few people that can fix guitars so I think it is not going to be cheap.
#11
just raise your action... everyone should be able to do it by themselves
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