#1
Hey All - I have a Taylor 110 acoustic which I use all the time for practice. I recently bought a sd woody pick up so I could use it at band rehearsal. Issue is that the G string is sounding seriously "twangy" in the past few months. I changed the stings but it's still there. Made a close inspection on the bridge and tuner and found nothing out of the ordinary. Any idea's about what could be causing this?
#3
it only sounds twangy once the pickup was installed?
need more gear and a lot more talent(courtesytuxs)
#4
It sounds like that either way, electric or acoustic.
It's a weird issue that just started out of no where.
Maybe I'll just try to re sting it again.....

Thanks
#5
it's probably not much of a humidity issue considering where you live. check and make sure the the G tuner is tightened on the headstock. sometimes the 11/32 " nut loosens up a bit and causes a twangy/buzzy sound.
need more gear and a lot more talent(courtesytuxs)
#6
Thanks for the advice. Seems like a minor problem when I spell it out but yea it's serious.
It's not humid around here just cold so maybe the wall heater is messing with it.

Anyhow thanks for the reply
#7
Could be your nut, try lubing it up with graphite.
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