#1
Is it an improper techinique of bending or can it be something else? Or does it always happen?
#3
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Why in the metal forum can I ask?



im not one to bitch about forums, but what was your logic bahind that?
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#4
mayb because guitar strings are made of metal?

use your heads guys
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#5
Fingerboards with a smaller radius tend to buzz, or fret out, when strings are bent. You'll have to raise your string height to solve the problem. That's one reason why more modern guitars are built with a very flat fingerboard.
#6
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mayb because guitar strings are made of metal?

use your heads guys




that was funny,smartass
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