#1
I just noticed when I hit the Big E string, the D string vibrates too. I mute the E string and I can hear the D still ringing.

I made sure nothing that I know of is causing this but maybe EG would know?

I got it tuned to drop D if that matter, and have 11's on my guitar.
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#2
when an object is vibrating at x frequency, other nearby objects with a frequency equal to x will resonate, or vibrate in sympathy with, the original object. also, a frequency of 440 will resonate with one of 220, 880, etc, so multiples also (harmonics)
you know, ive owned 8 different guitars over my lifetime, and right now i have 3. i wanna know what the hell happened...i mean the picks and cables are understandable, they disappear into thin air all the time, but guitars?

#3
Simplify please. I know that your an expert now. Just simplify it.

When I muted the E string, it sounded like a harmonic on the 12 fret. Not sure of the name, I just play guitar and learn the tricks.
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#5
does your guitar have slideing T's on the headstock?
I have found if your strings aren't tight enough
between the tuners and the nut you can have that
string make noise when playing other strings.

I'm not sure if this is what your experiencing but its
something worth checking out
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#6
Quote by rhoadsfan92
when an object is vibrating at x frequency, other nearby objects with a frequency equal to x will resonate, or vibrate in sympathy with, the original object. also, a frequency of 440 will resonate with one of 220, 880, etc, so multiples also (harmonics)

In layman's terms, if something is vibrating at one note, anything that shares that note will vibrate a little too. Hence the dropped D making your regular D string ring out.
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#7
the reason why it sounds like your low D makes it sound like it's on the 12th fret harmonic is because that harmonic is the same pitch as the open 4th string (D string). but if you're playing one note that is the same note as one of the other open strings, and you're not muting your strings properly, the strings will start ringing out.
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#8
Sympathetic Vibration is what it's called.
It resonates at the same frequency, but doubled.
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