#1
Ok so Im gonna make this quick.

When I turn my amp up to ten and my guitar up to ten, there is a high pitched buzzing coming from the high e string (small one).

Is there something wrong with the bridge on my guitar (ie does it need adjusting) or is it something else.
#3
no its just a buzz when I turn the volum up

I can make it stop by muting the string, but I was wondering if there was a more permanent solution
#4
hmm, could be a grounding problem, where the ground wires aren't connected properly inside.
either that or it's feeding back from the amp
#5
Is it feed back? And are you turning the gain or the volume of the amp to ten?
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#7
F**k me, just wait 'till you turn your amp up to 11!!!!
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#8
are you sure it's just the high e and not every other metal part on the guitar?
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#9
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are you sure it's just the high e and not every other metal part on the guitar?



I can stop the noise by muting the high e string.
Ive tried doing this to the other string and only the high e stops the noise