#1
Couldn't decide what section this would go in, so hope this is right. So, I am supposed to play guitar for my violin teacher tomorrow(have no idea why she wants to hear me play guitar). And I noticed something weird while practicing.

I thought it was just the chords I was using for Zombie by the Cranberries(D/F# instead of just D). But I heard it on other chords too and it got annoying enough for me to put down the guitar... Wait, just realized I forgot to tell the weird sound. It is a twany or twingy sound(how my mom said it sounded). I have no idea why it would sound like that. I'm using a fender telecoustic. Any ideas? Sorry for my horrible typing, really tired and my room is very dark at the moment.
#4
There's no such thing as an annoying/weird/bad sound on your guitar. Only untapped potential.


...modes and scales are still useless.


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#6
Maybe it's not a string.

Maybe it's a snake.
BEWARE THE BANANA ARMY.

I SAY, I SAY, BEWARE THE BANANA ARMY.

They say when they finally attack, all the impostors will peel themselves. In order to tell if you have been assimilated, check for a zipper somewhere near your pelvis.


#7
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Couldn't decide what section this would go in, so hope this is right. So, I am supposed to play guitar for my violin teacher tomorrow(have no idea why she wants to hear me play guitar). And I noticed something weird while practicing.

I thought it was just the chords I was using for Zombie by the Cranberries(D/F# instead of just D). But I heard it on other chords too and it got annoying enough for me to put down the guitar... Wait, just realized I forgot to tell the weird sound. It is a twany or twingy sound(how my mom said it sounded). I have no idea why it would sound like that. I'm using a fender telecoustic. Any ideas? Sorry for my horrible typing, really tired and my room is very dark at the moment.

Sounds like fret buzz. Also, don't ask legitimate questions in The Pit. The snake answer is just the tip of the iceberg.
#9
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The Pit is ALWAYS the wrong section.

Indeed it is.

And for your ignorance, TS, I get to say this and get away with it. Ahem:

What you really need...
is a new amp.
There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
#10
It's stereo amp, and I don't think it's tube. However, for a stereo amp, it is very good. Don't plug guitar into it; just use it as hi-fi if it works.
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#11
Dude, is it a twing, a twane or a twang? This is all very crucial.
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#12
Maybe your low E is just slightly depressed.
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#13
Is it like a buzzing sound? Take it to where you bought it because most stores fix problems like that for free. If you bought the guitar online, go to a guitar place in your town and they'll fix it up for you with a like $5-10 fee.
#14
Have you tried turning your guitar off and on again?
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#16
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Maybe it's not a string.

Maybe it's a snake.

Maybe it's not a snake.

Maybe it's a bison's penis.
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Thanks for the advice. I'm going to put it, along with your other advice, into a book, the pages of which I will then use to wipe my ass.
#17
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Maybe it's not a snake.

Maybe it's a bison's penis.


Let's not get carried away.
BEWARE THE BANANA ARMY.

I SAY, I SAY, BEWARE THE BANANA ARMY.

They say when they finally attack, all the impostors will peel themselves. In order to tell if you have been assimilated, check for a zipper somewhere near your pelvis.