#1
Hi all, I've had a bit of Trouble with my Kramer Imperial. Its low E string always buzzes, open and on all frets. It's not audible through the amp, but it is reallly beginning to annoy me. Does anyone have any suggestions to fix this?
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#2
If it's not audible through the amp, then there's no problem.
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#3
Quote by T00DEEPBLUE
If it's not audible through the amp, then there's no problem.

You again...
Anyway, is it really not? It seems to affect its sound. I compared it to my Schecter which I had set up by a music shop and it was pretty different, and I don't like it.
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Low end Epiphone = fire wood.

LTD Surveyor 4
Kramer Imperial
Engl Gigmaster E315
Marshall 1936 JCM900 lead cab
My website
#5
Quote by JustRooster
Then raise the action.

I tried that. It doesn't help. :/
Quote by treborillusion
Low end Epiphone = fire wood.

LTD Surveyor 4
Kramer Imperial
Engl Gigmaster E315
Marshall 1936 JCM900 lead cab
My website
#6
Is your fretboard level? Buzz that doesn't go away when you adjust the action either means your neck is out of whack or your might need a shim.
#7
Quote by JustRooster
Is your fretboard level? Buzz that doesn't go away when you adjust the action either means your neck is out of whack or your might need a shim.

I'm not sure what that means, and my judgement on this sort of thing isn't great, so I took a picture, what do you think?
Quote by treborillusion
Low end Epiphone = fire wood.

LTD Surveyor 4
Kramer Imperial
Engl Gigmaster E315
Marshall 1936 JCM900 lead cab
My website
#8
Quote by Boonnoo666
You again...
Anyway, is it really not? It seems to affect its sound. I compared it to my Schecter which I had set up by a music shop and it was pretty different, and I don't like it.

Then in that case, it is audible. I'm sorry if I've pissed you off but I can only go from the information you're giving.
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#9
One can't really tell from a picture, unfortunately.


So, can you or can you not hear it through the amp? Fretbuzz while playing the guitar unplugged is completely acceptable on an electric.
#10
Okay. Sorry if it's a bit late, but I checked the guitar in questionnon the clean channel and I can hear it through the amp. What should I do?
Quote by treborillusion
Low end Epiphone = fire wood.

LTD Surveyor 4
Kramer Imperial
Engl Gigmaster E315
Marshall 1936 JCM900 lead cab
My website