#1
when i hit my low e and low a, they hit the top fret and ring really loudly. Anyway to fix this without ruining my action

it doesnt happen with weak to medium plucks

anything i can do?
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#2
Are you striking it acoustically? if so, you're just striking the string hard enough for your ears to hear. Plug it in to your amp and try striking it then, if you still hear buzz, then yeah, its fretbuzz.

If you dont want to mess up your action, then i suggest that you check your neck relief, it might be your truss rod. *You're positively sure that its the string thats causing the buzz, not other loose parts/nut?
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#4
and arent locking nuts supposed to keep in tune?

mine goes out after a few whammy bar hits
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#5
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and arent locking nuts supposed to keep in tune?

mine goes out after a few whammy bar hits



depends on the bridge type. and how its set up. if its level.

like asked, is the buzz transmitting thru the amp?
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