#1
... in comparison to other stings. Does anyone have a clue why it does? And how I can make it sound "normal" again?
#2
Change your strings? If it's a fresh set then you may have gotten a dud.
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#3
It is a fresh pack. And it isn't the first time. It is like that with every g string.
#4
Might just be the guitar. Could also be making bad contact on the nut or bridge. What guitar is it?
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#5
What gauge is the G?

The heavier it is, the duller it'll sound.
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#6
Check the nut and bridge. Also it applicable, the pole piece under this string may be off as compared to the others.
#7
It has to be the nut. When I play fretted notes it Sounds just like the other strings. So what could have happened to the nut? And how to fix it?
#8
Are you using heavy string sets with a wound G? Have you tried raising the pole pieces for this string?
#9
What gauge? If you are running thicker gauge strings, you may need to open the nut up a little bit.
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#11
Every G-string I've ever played with has been anything but dull Oh wait are we talking about guitars or women?
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#13
^ Second on the disapproving look for the obvious (and lame) as hell g-string joke. Dude, if the strings are something like extra beefy ernie ball slinkies or whatever the G string is actually an even higher gauge than it would normally be. It's practically an acoustic guitar string which is why it doesn't have the same "jangle" that the G, b and e normally do for electric strings. The b and the e might sound as expected but the G seems to always be a duller sounding string. If this isn't exactly the issue I can only guess it's an extremely similar problemo.

Hope this helps, dude.