#1
Its really noticeable on the G string. Other strings you can still hear it as well just not as much. Its on the 9th fret for all of them. Its not the strings cuz i changed them and its the same.

I recorded a short sound clip of what it sounds like on the G string. http://www.geocities.com/ze_m8/crapy_sound.wav

Thanks
#4
And how do u solve it?
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#5
I have Ibanez Gax 70. Should I tighten the tross rod or what? Will the enhance the action?
#6
What type of guitar do you have?

Basically you need to raise the bridge and/or adjust the saddles. Don't touch the truss rod unless you know what you're doing.
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#7
You should probably get it set up.
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#9
Apropos, I feel so stupid saying this, but its actually the 11th fret, not the 9th. Sorry.
#10
either way you need to take it and get it set up by a pro who can show you how to do it in the future.
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