#1
So, on my dean custom guitar, my bridge decided to start buzzing when I play anything heavy. And then It switched things up and it buzzes always.

It's not fret buzz, I know than much, and when I hold down the bridge it stops.
I have basically this bridge


(different guitar, similar bridge)
With the through body string setup, and tremolo.
I think it may be that I pulled it up too far with the tremolo? Does that make sense?

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#2
try re-setting the bridge, or change the strings but make sure that your inserting the strings well before locking.
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CORT x6 equipped with Seymour Duncan Invaders

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#3
groud wire has come off the bridge..if it goes away when you touch the bridge then it`s likely to be this causing a hum.
#4
ya i think ur right!
open the back panel of the guitar, check whether thrz a wire connected to the bridge, if not do so, that should do it (:
GeaR :

CORT x6 equipped with Seymour Duncan Invaders

Digitech RP250

Shitty 30w Silvertone Amp

Randall RG50TC
Last edited by THISisJURJI at Sep 13, 2009,