#1
Help! I've got a guitar from my guitar teacher that I'm borrowing for jazz band and thinking abut purchasing. It is a 1964 Gibson ES125T; it sounds beautiful but it has one major flaw: Fret buzz around and above the 12th fret. It's driving me crazy!! I think the guitar is supposed to have little spinning things under the bridge to adjust the height, but he hasn't fully refurbished the guitar yet and has currently got a button holding it's place. Unfortunately, it's got some bad buzz right around where I need to play for one of the songs for jazz band. Any ideas on how to fix it? The worst of it is on the 13th & 14th fret low E string, and varying levels of buzz on about every fret on the D string from the 11th and up. :/
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#2
can you hear it through the amp ?
have you tried adjusting your truss rod
#3
You can definitely hear it through the amp. I'm afraid to adjust the truss rod because it's such an old guitar and I barely know what I'm doing.
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