#1
I have a problem, whenever I play a solo and pick some certain note in a string, some other string vibrates.

I've noticed they happen to be the same notes, for e.g. when I play the 10th fret of B string (which is an A), my A string starts vibrating.

Is there a way to stop this or is it an issue for every guitar?

It's really bugging me when I play, it creates distortion and I can't play the solos clean as they should be.

Please help, thank you in advance.
#2
Uhm, learn to mute the strings you aren't playing. Guitars always resonate across the strings, it makes it sound fatter and, ya know, like a guitar. If you don't want this, learn to mute.
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#5
Quote by Chaosinborn
thats string buzz when the string hits the fret and makes it sound bad.


You sure?
#6
Quote by iPhantom
You sure?

Its not. That would be fret buzz. Completely different from another string ringing out.
Just practice muting like p o e suggested.