I recently got a new guitar and I played it for a couple days and sounded great. But then I raised the pickups because they seemed to low and I got this warble sound on the high e string from the 10th to 13th.

Does your guitar have single coil pickups like this?

If so you should lower the pickups a little bit. The magnetic pull is so strong that it prevents the string from vibrating correctly, it's commonly referred to as "Stratitis"
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When I first got the guitar it didn't have that sound but I wanted raise the pickups because they we're to low. And after I raised them it started having that sound. Now if the pickups are high or low it makes that sound.

Intonation is dead on also.

Thanks for the replies.

Not sure what to do might take it to a tech and ask him.