#2
is the intonation messed up?
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Epiphone Les Paul Standard
Epiphone C-40 willie nelson signature
Squier Strat
Some beat up acoustic from '68

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Crate xt15r

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#5
Might try a new set of strings. That can sometimes do the trick.
#8
you need to update you OS bud, cause the 98 ver of the G Chord needs a update,


ahaha jk

that is how my brothers acoustic is, and it is a G, so thats pretty wierd, what i did was just tuned it up higher, and it played fine,
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#9
if it's an electric, get some Zakk Wylde Lo-Tune or regular Boomers. those did wonders for my Mockin'bird.

try it this way, though:

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that's how i play it, and it sounds a lot better.
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#10
Inotation is most likely ****ed up.

To check if your inotation is off.... Play a natural harmonic at the 12th fret. Now, a harmonic is the SHOULD be tuned the same as the actual note. If it's off [Obviously you'll need a tuner] then you need to get it fixed. Since you dont know what you're doing, i'd reccomend taking it to a tech to show you how it's done.
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