#1
Ok, my electric guitar, when I played it without the amp one time, I realized it has this insanely annoying resonating high pitched hum if you hit a chord. I was wondering if there was something wrong...it never did this before. And I know it shouldn't make that noise.

Anyone know?
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#2
wat kind of guitar do u hve? maybe ur gettin fret buzz caus ur action is too low or too high
esp ltd m300
ibanez rg
jackosn dinky strat

digitech rp155l
morley bad horsie wah

carvin mt3200 tube amp


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#3
Well, the noise is coming from the body of the guitar, from the back...

I have a squier fat strat.
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#4
It might be the trem springs are rattling around back there.
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#5
my noob guitar has a similar noise but its not high pitched. hmm im not sure actually.
esp ltd m300
ibanez rg
jackosn dinky strat

digitech rp155l
morley bad horsie wah

carvin mt3200 tube amp


founder of the ibanez rg owners of the world club pm me to join
#6
"It might be the trem springs are rattling around back there."

How would I fix that, and should I fix it?
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#7
My squire resonates to any G note below the 12th fret... so i guess its something to do with the neck. not that bothered about it tbh
#8
It bothers me a little, I just wanted to know if it was a problem I should get fixed.
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