#1
i just got a les paul the other day and it had a little fret buzz... so i got rid of it but the b string saddle is vibrating and its really annoying,oh and i have the tunomatic bridge

any suggestions
#2
If you bought it from a store take it back and say they had a poor setup and you want it fixed or your returning it?
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#3
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If you bought it from a store take it back and say they had a poor setup and you want it fixed or your returning it?

this. and yell a lot. Yelling always helps
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#4
well i bought it used lol and the guy never really used it, not a scratch or ding on it and plays good, that lil noise just pisses me off lol... anyone know how to fix it?
#5
This is completely normal. As the weather is getting hotter, the various metal parts are going to react to vibration more. Tune-O-matic bridges in particular are notorious for this. It's just part of the guitar's nature.
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