#1
As of late my strings on my Les Paul have been buzzing, i think i might know the culprit but i'm not sure. I have been going from like standard or drop d to drop c or b, but i have a large gauge string so i don't think that should be a problem. If this is a problem is it logical to have a guitar for low tuning's like drop c and lower and another for standard, drop d, half step down ect?
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#2
Until now have you always used a large gauge string? Which is what size?
Until now have you constantly changed to those tunings?
#3
Having separate guitars for E standard, drop d, and half step down is really not needed. But if you are going from around E standard to C and below it is best to have a separate guitar. What strings are you using and how old are they?
#4
Quote by Darkdevil725
Having separate guitars for E standard, drop d, and half step down is really not needed. But if you are going from around E standard to C and below it is best to have a separate guitar. What strings are you using and how old are they?

A week old Ernie Ball beefy slinky drop tuning .11
ESP LTD EC-1000 vintage black
sunburst fender MIM tele
Epiphone LP standard ebony
Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Mesa/Boogie .50 caliber plus head
Marshall JCM900 Hi-gain MII 2500
Fender Hot rod Deluxe
#6
Quote by Darkdevil725
What gauge is the low string?

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ESP LTD EC-1000 vintage black
sunburst fender MIM tele
Epiphone LP standard ebony
Mesa/boogie dual rectifier
Mesa/Boogie .50 caliber plus head
Marshall JCM900 Hi-gain MII 2500
Fender Hot rod Deluxe
#7
Have you checked to make sure the neck has enough relief in it? I'm guessing that either your bridge is too low or your neck might not have enough relief.