#1
Hi,

Today I got a new Ibanez RGT42DXM guitar. I was playing it and i realised the strings were crap, so i took them out and was going to change them, but when I put the new low E string trough the tuning hole and turned it, while i was plucking the string to get it in tune, in made a horrible buzzing noise, so I looked at the fretboard, and the string is right on top on the silver fret lines. So when i play something, it dosn't play at all, because it imidiatly just bounces of the fret and buzzes. I don't think I did anything wrong, but obviously I did, i tried putting in the high E string as well, but the same problem persist. If anybody could help, it would be great.
#3
yes it does have a tremolo, and when I try to tune it no matter how high or how low I do it, the string is still on top of the frets.
#4
mine did that on my trem system on my crap strat....i just put the rest of the strings on and it stopped doin that
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#6
I JUST TOLD YOU! put all the rest on there
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#7
Quote by Mcassidy42
C'mon sombody, please post something to help me!


Learn how to properly set up a tremolo. It is hard at first, but once you understand completely how it works, it's a breeze. There are places on UG where there are detialed instructions (do a search). The best way in my opinion is to take it to a guitar place or have a friend who knows what they are doing teach you step by step.
#8
Okay, I figured it out, I just raised the bridge with an allum wrench, now the strings arn't resting on the frets.