#1
On my RG, on the 23rd and 24th frets whenever i play them on my high E it sounds like 22 and 23 played at the same time and sounds like "ree". What do I need to adjust to eliminate this problem?
#2
That is probably a buzz thangy... that can be gotten rid of by raising your action. Also, leveling the frets may help. Don't forget the truss rod.
#3
I've tried adjusting my action and it helps a little bit, and what am I supposed to do as far as leveling the frets, never even heard of that. And you can just forget me touching a truss rod.
#4
Smart about the truss rod. Leveling the frets is something that should be professionaly done, but it indeed gets the frets level. lol Reduces LOTS of buzzing.
#5
your intonation might be shot? do a natural harmonic on the 12 fret. then play the 12 fret plain. they should sound EXACTLY the same.
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#6
That's not it because my octaves before the 12th fret sound perfect, as do past the 12th fret.