#1
I was wondering if a noise gate could lower the buzzing from my Fender American Vintage '62 Stratocaster. If so what is some of the best noise gate to buy?
#2
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#3
Just to be sure, does buzzing stop when you touch metal bits on your guitar?

If so, it's grounding problems. But a noise gate is a good idea whatever.
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x3. or install a mini humbucker. that would help also
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#6
What metal part are you talking about and i dont need another guitar with humbuckers. I love the single coil sound.
#7
Like the strings/bridge/trem/tuners, does it buzz when your not touching it, and stop when you do?