#1
So I've been into tapping for a while now, especially on acoustic, but I've always been plagued by this horrible noise my guitar produces when I tap on frets usually 7th fret or beyond, on any string. It sounds like the guitar is producing another dissonant note from somewhere, which I believe is from exactly the same string. Even if I mute the other strings the noise is produced, but it isn't if I mute the same string I'm lower down the neck.

So my question is, what's causing the noise? Is there something on my guitar I need to change or is my technique just balls?
#2
Is it possible to record your playing and make notation at which portion by minute when the noise is produced by your tapping, could it be there is a loose bracing or the piezo is becoming loose.. that is causing the phantom noise.
I have Washburn guitars 'Maverick Series' and bass 'Bantam Series' and a few pedals and amps, but man I wish to have more patience and drive practicing my playing, if it's equal to the modding itch, then I'm golden.
#3
Maybe the sound is produced behind the fret in the relief area between the fret and nut?
#4
psp742 I could record it but I'm not sure how I would send it to you haha. Also isn't a piezo a sort of pick up? It's just an acoustic I'm afraid.

skido13 Perhaps, how would I tell/what could I do about it?