#1
i have 3 guitars, all of which are buzzing!! guitar number 1 is on the bottom string from fret 1-10, the second guitar is buzzing on the d and g strings around the 7,8,9th frets and the 3 rd guitar is on the hight e string around frets 12,13,14,15. does anybody know why this is, what the problem is and what i can do about it?? from what i can gather its something to do with fret levelling or dressing???any info would be great!!
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#2
id grab a straight edge, and hold it up against the frets. see if it rocks on a specific fret, or maybe you will find a bow in the neck.
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#3
Press the strings at the 12 fret and pluck them behind between the 12 fret and the nut. If it buzzes, your truss rod is too straight or your nut is too low.

Press on the last fret and do the same thing. If you had no buzz above but now you do, you probably have warping and need to humidify.

Otherwise, it's probably that your saddle is too low or you have a lot of fret wear.
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