#1
When I strum an open string I hear a buzzing sound coming from the nut. It's on the Low E, A, D & a little bit on the G. I changed the strings & it still does that sound
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#2
Fret buzz
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#4
Quote by stompbox
strings are to low or your neck is not stright



How do I fix it?
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#5
check the neck releif. buzzing is caused by the strings being too close to the frets. that is affected by the bridge height and the neck straightness (or actually lack there of technically , its called relief) assuming you didnt take out your bridge and sand it down to lower the action neck warpage is probably the issue. just adjust the truss rod untill you get the apropriate relief or have a tech do it for you if youre not comfortable with the procedure or dont have the tools.
#6
http://frets.com/FRETSPages/Luthier/Technique/Setup/BuzzDiagnosis/buzzintro.html

^Copy/paste to your url bar thing. Sorry for no hyperlink but the UG hyperlinks for that aren't working right now and I don't remember what the code is.

Its the Frets.com Buzz Diagnosis section. It'll give you exactly what you're looking for, guaranteed.
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