#1
Hello


I've had this problem for quite a while now but I haven't gotten around to getting it fixed but now, it seems to be all I can think about.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qe9c3FVzS5o


It's in drop #A but tuning doesnt really matter because the problem is still there, no matter what tuning. There's nothing wrong with my strings either, as I have tried to change them, but the problem still remains.

If it matters, I play on a LTD Horizon H-1001.

What could be the problem and how do I fix it??

Thanks in advance!
Last edited by Kvirre at Sep 7, 2013,
#2
Sometimes you get ass juice all over your g string and have to wash it. Happens at the strip club all the time.
#3
Quote by freebeer1976
Sometimes you get ass juice all over your g string and have to wash it. Happens at the strip club all the time.



Mature.
#5
Is the string pretty dirty? If so it might just need changed. If not, then it could well be the action or intonation. Try getting a full setup sometime by a professional. It might just be slightly hitting a fret where it shouldn't lower down the neck. Or it might not be sitting in the saddle correctly.