#1
I recently got a Stagg SW201BK acoustic guitar.. And maybe half an hour ago one of my strings snapped and I figured I'd just replace the whole set. Everything was fine up until this point.

I took out all of the previous strings and put in a new high E string. After tightening it a bit I realized that the thin E string buzzes heavily on the 1st and 2nd frets.. It's not actually producing any recognizable sound.. They just make the same disgusting sound..

Any help would be appreciated.. The new strings I used to replace the old ones are these : http://www.amazon.com/Martin-D5000-Bronze-Acoustic-Strings/dp/B000EEJ9QS

Thanks
#3
I don't think that's it considering the high E string was already changed once and it was the same thickness as the one i put in now.