#1
Ok so I have a Gibson SG special faded, and I had it set up by a local guitar shop because the Low E would have a buzz wherever I played, whether it was the first fret, or the 13th.

when I got it back it still had this problem. Is there any easy fix? And I've tried adjusting the tuno-matic.

Even if it's stationed high up it makes a buzz noise.

any help is appreciated!
#3
Take it back and tell them not to give it back until it is fixed
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#4
What does the neck look like? It's weird that it would buzz that much even if you raise the bridge very high.
#5
Sounds like backbow or a low nut slot.
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#6
Yeah I paid them without knowing they hadn't fixed the problem, I thought it might have been the strings? and I'm guessing it might be the nut.