#1
Interesting enough, I've noticed that the G, B and E almost resonate.

It creates an annoying feedback and acoustic effect when I'm playing. Very noticeable when distorted.

Anyway to fix this?
#2
how do you have a hollow solid body?

and what does that have to do with the strings resonating?
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how do you have a hollow solid body?

and what does that have to do with the strings resonating?



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this...

what he said....
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well it has a property of a semi hollow...
and its annoying.

What are you talking about? Is it chambered, hollow, or semi-hollow? And what is your actual problem? How does it being hollow (or not) have anything to do with your strings...?
Are you talking about sympathetic vibrations or feedback or something else?
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#7
its probably chambered?? try raising your low e side of the pickups
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#8
Okay let me try a little harder to explain.

I hit the E string, and any note on it. And it resonates inside the body and through the pickup into the amp. I know the DBD T is a solid body.

What can fix this if anything?
#9
Quote by r0ckth3d34n
Okay let me try a little harder to explain.

I hit the E string, and any note on it. And it resonates inside the body and through the pickup into the amp. I know the DBD T is a solid body.

What can fix this if anything?


No, you strum the E string, the E string vibrates, the pickup up picks up the sound, then sends the signal to the amp.
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#10
I forgot to include that when I mute it, it resonates and creates a feedback-like sound through the amp.
#11
I'm afraid that I (and I'm pretty sure everyone else in this thread is in the same boat) have no idea what you're talking about.
#12
Quote by r0ckth3d34n
I forgot to include that when I mute it, it resonates and creates a feedback-like sound through the amp.


solid body guitars doin't resonate since they don't have a chamber for the sound to resonate around in. so your facts or thoughts on guitar are way off.
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#13
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solid body guitars doin't resonate since they don't have a chamber for the sound to resonate around in. so your facts or thoughts on guitar are way off.

Sure they do. Just differently. Hold it against your skin, pick a string, and provided the guitar doesn't suck, you'll feel the guitar's body vibrating against your body.

His chain of strings > body > pickups is wrong as you said, though. The pickups pick up the strings, TS, not the body - a guitar can function perfectly fine if it's just strings and pickups. See: Steinbergers. The resonating body is more for sustain/tone.
#14
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Sure they do. Just differently. Hold it against your skin, pick a string, and provided the guitar doesn't suck, you'll feel the guitar's body vibrating against your body.

His chain of strings > body > pickups is wrong as you said, though. The pickups pick up the strings, TS, not the body - a guitar can function perfectly fine if it's just strings and pickups. See: Steinbergers. The resonating body is more for sustain/tone.


Sorry I said that wrong, I know the body resonates but not in the same way as a acoustic or hollow body electric
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