#1
I have an Epiphone les Paul special II and lately it has a horrible buzz, it sounds like its coming from inside the neck, I have tightened all the screws and changed the strings, I even took it to my local guitar repair man and he said he heard it but didn't kow what the problem was, any ideas on what I could do to fix the buzz?!
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#2
unplug it. shake it. might be the truss rod nut rattling under the cover.

u can put some sticky tac in there to keep it quiet but dont adjust the nut unless the neck needs it.

sometimes tuners also rattle. so strum and shake the guitar without plugging it in.
Jenneh

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Last edited by jj1565 at Feb 3, 2007,
#3
^^

+1 for jennys suggestion or...

it maybe comming from the bridge...
I have that same problem (assuming it's from the bridge)
I don't have the exact remedy but tapping the bridge a bit might do it...
or wiggle the string around a wee bit...
(if it's in the bridge if not disregard)
#4
Thanks jj1565, it was the truss, that helped alot....NO MORE BUZZ!! YAA!!
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#5
no problem.

hmm and maybe find a new local guitar guy.
Jenneh

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