I have an ESP LTD mh-50, its black with chrome hardware and im very happy with it but every time i hit a c note you can hear it resonating in the guitar even if you mute the string after playing it, and sometimes the amp picks up the sound and sound like you have string ring a little bit but still to the point where its annoying
Have you had that problem for a long time?
possibly fret buzz
i dont know i just noticed it one day
Could be springs resonating from the frequency of the note going through the guitar body. Here are 2 methods of fixing that:
find out where its vibrating, sometimes it can be the bridge?
Is it a floyd rose bridge (or what you other call it, I don't know) on it?
it isnt fret buzz, its a pure c note that resonates and it keeps going even if the string isnt vibrating
yes its a floyd
Ok, I have a ESP LTD KH - 202 (almost the same guitar), and I have experienced the same problem a few times. It's nothing, just keep on playing and it will turn out just fine.
I'm assuming(Since it's a floyd rose) that the bridge might be too low. The best option is to either raise the bridge a tad, or loosen up the strings by tuggin' on them.
^my post up there
I know what your talking about, it happen on my acoustic guitar when I hit an A note and let it hang, and if your amp is loud it will make the string resonate for a long time, I dont know how it does it but it is quite annoying. I know how to fix i ton my acoustic, I have a notch filter and I just jack with that till it goes away, I guess you could adjust the truss rod a bit and might eliminate that problem, or, I dont know if they make a pedal that has a notch filter in it, but you could give that a shot.