#1
On my Epiphone les paul my first fret has a major buzzing sound but the rest of the guitar is fine. I don't know what is up, please help
#3
Action could be too low or the strings too loose. Are you playing in a dropped tuning?
#5
Could be either the action needs to be raised or maybe your nuts worn out. Have you changed your string gauge recently?
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#7
If it's just Eb changing the string gauge wouldn't change much. like suggested above, try raising your action.
#8
ok thanks oh yeah does anyone own a Digitech Hot Head Pedal and if so what are the tone settings
#9
raising action at the bridge wont help first fret buzz.

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#11
i mean like the settings that came with it etc. Classic Gain,Solo,British Distortion,Country Blues
#12
ok so you dont care? np.
Jenneh

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