#1
whenever I bend my notes above about the 15th fret on my D string and high E string they just go completely dead after bending over 1/4 pitch. If it helps I just took the bridge and tailpeice off of my guitar to change the strings and clean it. Is it intonation? how do I fix it cause I really dont wanna have to take it to the shop, im supposed to be recording with my band as soon as a week in the studio. Please help!
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#2
just play with another g-tar yo, or get it fix, no other way to it, aight
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#3
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just play with another g-tar yo, or get it fix, no other way to it, aight



.................not trying to be an ass but....did u read my post?

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how do I fix it cause I really dont wanna have to take it to the shop


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Dean Performer Acoustic

#4
It's either your technique or for some odd reason the frets are deadening your notes. File them down? Id also suggest bringing it to a pro, even though you dont want to.
#5
Action to high? Your strings might be a bit to high from the pickups.
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#6
nah its nothing electronical cause it happens when its unplugged
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#7
Quote by WlCmToTheJungle
nah its nothing electronical cause it happens when its unplugged

same thing happens to me, man. i have a floyde rose... pisses me off some times.
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#8
I highly doubt it but ur neck my be bent slightly once again more then likely not whats happening here
#9
well mine does that sometims, perhaps not enough sustain?
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#10
but its weird cause it literally JUST STARTED happening
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#11
Guys, it's his fretboard radius, it's too round and he's fretting out.
Maybe it just doesn't have a lot of sustain, it's happening on your thinnest strings and high frets, so it probably is just short sustain.
Last edited by El Codyo at Jul 19, 2006,
#12
i have a hovering floyd and this happened to me

i adjusted the truss so that it was perfectly straight

then had to lower my bridge so that the strings are closer to the frets

also, if its a hovering floyd, make damn sure the bridge is parallel to the body