#4
With the sound clip, at the begging i strum an Am. Then im just ging down the fret.
I really dont know how i describe my playing method, but its tuned to standard in the clip.
I ussualy play in drop D.

My amp does have a tremolo effect, but i bypassed it. And I dont have any pedals.
#5
Sounds like your intonation is off and the "tremolo" effect is a byproduct of having some notes in a chord be slightly sharp or slightly flat.

But it's hard to tell via a phone clip.
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#7
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Try moving to a different room, different standing distances from the amp, facing different directions, and little things like that.

I just tried that. Same thing...
#9
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It's most likely an issue with the guitar, cause if it only does it on certain notes, it wouldn't be the amp. Have you ever had it set up?

No never. I got my electric here in January so its pretty new. Ive played on my acoustic since last summer though.
#10
How close to the strings are your pickups?
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#12
Does the problem occur with both pickups or just one?
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#13
It seems random.

When in Treble, it vibrates when I play the high E string.
When in Rhytm, it vibrates on the B string.

But again, its kinda random, sometimes it switches.