#1
Hey guys
So I was playing about 2 hours ago, and I bent my high E a little far and broke a string. I figured since I haven't changed them in a LONG time I might as well just throw a whole new set on. So I did that, and everything sounded fine EXCEPT that high E. When the guitar isn't plugged in it just sounds dead, and when it is it just make a chirpy sound, as if you were picking above the nut or something. I already tried a different string, to make sure it wasn't just a dud or something, but it's still doing it. Anybody have any advice as to what might be the problem and how I can fix it?
Thanks
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#2
I'm gonna take a stab and talk from an experience I had, try slowly adjusting the height of the bridge using the screws on the side of it, same with the pickups.

Anyone that thinks this is bull feel free to correct me!
#3
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I'm gonna take a stab and talk from an experience I had, try slowly adjusting the height of the bridge using the screws on the side of it, same with the pickups.

Anyone that thinks this is bull feel free to correct me!

Could be it, but I could really mess it up that way since I don't know what I was doing, and end up needing a repair. The other thing is it was fine right before that. Just a weird situation lol
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#4
Is it hitting the fretboard anywhere? Adjust your action a bit just to make sure that it's not an issue with the bridge or nut.
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#5
Are they the same gauge strings?
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