#1
i got a new rg320, and it has the edge 3 floyd rose copy...
now what happens is, when i play the 14th fret on the high e,
when i pull my finger off, or even mute that string, i'd still hear it ringing, and it turns out it's actually another string making that sound and it only stops when i mute that one too...

it's pretty annoying, so before going to the musicstore, what could it be?
#2
Could be the springs in the back vibrating which then create that sound.

Try stuffing some tissue paper back there and see if it solves your problem.
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#3
Quote by srob7001
Could be the springs in the back vibrating which then create that sound.

Try stuffing some tissue paper back there and see if it solves your problem.


This and when you're playing make sure you're muting technique is good, to a point you will always get sympathetic vibrations in an instrument like the guitar so whenever you're playing one string there are always five others you want to stay silent - make sure you have technique in place to keep them quiet.
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#4
never had it with my other guitar. it's at the store now... it's certainly not the strings vibrating because when i mute the other string it's resonating on it's gone... but it's not normal resonating, it's too loud for that.