#1
when i slam on a C chord (tuned to E flat) i get a real weird buzz sound from my amp. its only the C which i find weird. it only happens on the clean channel of my amp
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Ibanez S770PB
Jackson Rhoads
Custom Strat
Agile Al 3100
Rainbow Music Shop Custom Les Paul
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Bugera 6260 212
Line 6 Spider III
#3
Quote by salgala2000
it's probably your guitar.

oh btw it only buzzes when i slam a C on the 8th fret E and the 10th fret D
this signature has my gear in it. nothing more, nothing less

Gear
Ibanez S770PB
Jackson Rhoads
Custom Strat
Agile Al 3100
Rainbow Music Shop Custom Les Paul
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Bugera 6260 212
Line 6 Spider III
#5
Quote by enselmis
What does slamming a chord mean...

it's probably your guitar.

when i hit it hard
---8--
---8--
---8--
--10--
---X--
---8--
the old hendrix thumb chord
this signature has my gear in it. nothing more, nothing less

Gear
Ibanez S770PB
Jackson Rhoads
Custom Strat
Agile Al 3100
Rainbow Music Shop Custom Les Paul
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Bugera 6260 212
Line 6 Spider III
#6
and its not the guitar coz it only happens when i turn the amp volume past 5
this signature has my gear in it. nothing more, nothing less

Gear
Ibanez S770PB
Jackson Rhoads
Custom Strat
Agile Al 3100
Rainbow Music Shop Custom Les Paul
Dunlop Crybaby Wah
Bugera 6260 212
Line 6 Spider III
#7
That just means that the resonating frequency of a part of your amp. Check to see if anything is loose, if not than there isn't much you can do about it.
#8
If you're using a guitar with a tremelo bar, its because the springs in the body are vibrating and the pickups are picking up that noise. If the guitar is a fixed bridge then there's probably something loose in your amp.