#1
I have a Seagull S6 spruce acoustic guitar and love it, although I've experienced a problem with it lately and I'm not sure what is causing it. When I play the g-string on the seventh fret, there is a terrible buzzing noise. The string sounds fine on every other fret, and every other string on the seventh fret sounds fine. At first I thought the problem may be the strings, so I changed them and the problem still exists. Is there something wrong with the fretboard? I don't know what to do think, I was wondering if anybody had any ideas. If not I guess I will just have to take it into the music store and see what they can do. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
#2
when the buzzing sound usually accurs its probally b/c of the bridge height. did u give it a set up?
#3
Your frets may not be leveled or something. I'm not really sure on that though, so don't quote me on it. Take it into the shop maybe?
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#4
hm, i haven't messed with the bridge, and i actually took the guitar in to get the strings changed rather than doing it myself. thanks for the replies though. any other ideas?