#1
I have sick fret buzz on my B and E strings on my Kelly. Frets 1-8 and 11 on the B

Ive looked thoroughly and had my guy at a local shop look at it. He stated it could be that the strings are old but i clean them and they're in good shape.

We've ruled out fret levels, action, and truss rod.

any ideas?
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#3
I'd still get new strings for the hell of it, theyre pretty inexpensive, its worth a shot.
#5
Have you checked your neck relief?

Also, if you have a bolt-on, check and see if your neck is pulling to the treble side.

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#6
Hi, Definitely recheck the fret levels ,action, and truss rod .Also how was this procedure performed?There is alot of videos on YT on this subject.
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I have sick fret buzz on my B and E strings on my Kelly. Frets 1-8 and 11 on the B

Ive looked thoroughly and had my guy at a local shop look at it. He stated it could be that the strings are old but i clean them and they're in good shape.

We've ruled out fret levels, action, and truss rod.

any ideas?



try adding a little neck relief.

if you dont know how then ask.

and remember that buzz that does not transmit thru the amp is generally not considered a problem.
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#8
Did you consider lifting the bridge slightly? Sometimes a few turns of the screw eliminates the problem. I did this with a few guitars and the action is still very low and the buzz gone.
#9
Adjust bridge, make sure your tuned (hopefully you aren't that stupid), and check fret levels, truss rod, action, and neck relief
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