#1
idk i bought it two weeks ago, its a maison something and sounded great
when buying it i asked the dealer to lower the action after which i got fret buzz so i take it back, he raises the action by changing the saddle and then i get this problem, i even changed the strings... it still makes the sound when i play any string open and hard enough
the fret buzz is gone though, just this open string thing!
what to do?? cost me almost 250$ ..
and its an acoustic guitar btw
#2
well u don't always have to hold a fret to get fret buzz. i remember when i did experimenting with my guitar. i found that u might need some truss rod adjustments. I got fret buzz without holding a fret. i did some truss rod adjustments and action. it was better. don't do it yourself though get a tech who can do it right. also maybe the saddles might be loose or something.
#3
did it make the sound when you first brought the guitar home?
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#4
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well u don't always have to hold a fret to get fret buzz. i remember when i did experimenting with my guitar. i found that u might need some truss rod adjustments. I got fret buzz without holding a fret. i did some truss rod adjustments and action. it was better. don't do it yourself though get a tech who can do it right. also maybe the saddles might be loose or something.


i had the same problem and adjusting my truss rod fixed it, also try using a pencil and "draw" on the nut where the strings are in contact, graphites a good lubricant and itll rule out if theres any issue with your nut.