#1
Ok so when I palm mute on C4 G4 and C4(low) on my guitar I get this metallic buzz. I tighten all of the bolts on the bridge and it's still there. How do I get rid this "bridge buzz"? It's a Dean Flying V with a tremolo system. Not sure what the exact model is. It's in drop C tuning.
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It means your string is touching another fret wire somewhere further down the neck, I had this problem a lot before. You need to get a fret dress. This is where the sand down and level out your fret wires so that this doesnt happen

Hope that helps!
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It means your string is touching another fret wire somewhere further down the neck, I had this problem a lot before. You need to get a fret dress. This is where the sand down and level out your fret wires so that this doesnt happen

Hope that helps!


So would I just sand the neck and carefully hammer in the frets to do this?
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couldnt it also be intonation?


My intonation is almost perfect
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So would I just sand the neck and carefully hammer in the frets to do this?

NO! I think that would seriously screw up your guitar, just take it to a pro.
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before you do anything else, RAISE YOUR ACTION.

You don't need to do anything like that if you can't hear it through the amp anyway.
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