#1
Hey guys. So I got my first electric guitar this week after about 4 years with an acoustic. It's just a cheap Squire Strat.

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Anyway, I know hardly anything about setup or the neck etc. but when I play the b string, it has a sort of gloss over it. I'm talking about unplugged. It's as if I'm picking where the strings come out (don't know what that's called). I noticed on the high E when I play from, frets 16 up the sound doesn't come through unless I bend.

I'm not really around other musicians that much so a lot of this is new to me, but on the whole I find that the bottom 3 strings ring through like they would on the acoustic, but my B is a bit odd. Is this normal? Is it a case of changing strings/setup? I might post a video of it tomorrow when I get the chance.

Thanks in advance.
#2
It is an electric guitar. Plugging into an amp is the only way to judge it.
Bhaok

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#3
If you still use factory strings, change them. If it's still the issue, I'd point my finger at the saddle. Might be a bit crunchy sawed.