#2
your bridge is out of wack...........uhhh, what kind of guitar do u have?
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#4
maybe the 18th fret is too high, so when you fret the 17th it actually presses on the eighteenth.
#6
id think sanding down the 18th fret a little bit would help just make sure u dont make it too pointy or it will cut the string or too short then it just wont sound as good iguess....
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#7
i have that same exact problem on my sg only mines on the 19 fret
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#8
Just take it to the guitar shop and get it "set up". You probably havent done it in a while, if at all. They will clean the guitar, change strings, set up the bridge, truss rod, action, etc.
#10
I had that same problem but im not sure it was in the 17th and 18th i just raised the action on the string a little and it was all better.
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#11
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i have that same exact problem on my sg only mines on the 19 fret


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