#1
I've been having a problem lately. Whenever I play my guitar, I keep hearing buzzing noises from the strings. Can this be fixed? I put my fingers next to the frets and everything and I still hear it...even when I just strum without using the neck! I haven't changed the strings in months. Do you think that's the problem? I thought you were just supposed to change the strings when they break. Should I tune my guitar again? Thanks, btw I've been playing for 1 year.
#3
Thanks. Can you mix different string brands? I have 2 different packs of electric guitar strings and I want to experiment....
#5
Quote by KileManA7X
Thanks. Can you mix different string brands? I have 2 different packs of electric guitar strings and I want to experiment....


Some brand wind there strings differently than others, so i dunno about mixing up strings of different brands, it might not sound good, iv never tried it, i guess you could do it, just make sure they are all the same gauge..
#6
is it a mechanical buzz or electrical humming?
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#7
the problem is probably because the nut holes are too deep. Or maybe u need to raise the action or adjust your truss rod
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