#1
I really feel stupid asking this but,


when my guitar is in standard tuning, the low E string vibrates a lot more that i think it should, but it is bareable.

when i decided to tune my guitar to drop c tuning, it vibrated so much, i couldn't play on the low E string.

so i decided to keep tuning up till i to the next C, and it sounds/plays great, but the string is REALLY taught.

I don't think this is right at all, since i know i can't tune the other strings up another "level" if you will.

advise?

what am i doing wrong?
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#2
my reply may sound even crazier but here it goes. One day I was at band practice and I had the same problem as you. At one point I left the room and while I was gone my drummer fixed my problem by placing a very tiny piece of paper under where my string goes towards the neck of the guitar to keep it in place. Since then my guitar does not get any fret buzz.
#4
huh? could you explain again..?
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#5
Its because your strings are too loose. you need bigger gauge strings. (thicker strings).
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