#1
On my high E string, no matter which fret I play, including an open note, I get a ringing, shaky noise, and it kills the sustain and smooth sound of the string. I know it's not fret buzz, because I've adjusted it and checked. Any ideas??? Thanks, Jake
#2
It's called fret buzz, and you need to lift the string further away from the fretboard at the bridge.
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#3
Just raise the action on that string.
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#4
Either that or it's just that the string is old and rusty. The high e and b strings always go rusty first on all my guitars for some reason.
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#5
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Either that or it's just that the string is old and rusty. The high e and b strings always go rusty first on all my guitars for some reason.


Because they are more expose to corrosion.
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