#1
Hi,

I'm experiencing the following problem,

I've bought a Fender CD60 CE a while ago, and after a week or 3, the frets started buzzing.
I thought it was normal, because the guitar was kinda new, and I was convinced that it wasn't a big deal.
But I've had the guitar for a couple of months, and it still has fretbuzz.
I've changed the strings but it made no difference.
It rings the most at the 10th fret of the a string, the 5th fret of the d string, and the open g string.
If anyone could help me I would be pleased.
Last edited by mentledjent at Oct 22, 2011,
#2
That's a bit odd on a Fender guitar but you should have the action checked. Or you could try replacing the saddle on your own.
#3
could be lack of neck relief, guitar being too dry, action too low or even a high fret. if it started buzzing only after 3 weeks, i'd vote for a humidity/dryness issue, and if it's very dry where you are, your guitar could develop cracks, not just buzzing. buy a hygrometer asap, test it and use it. otherwise, bring your guitar to a qualified tech and let him figure out the problem.
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