#1
hey guys, my buddy just bought a new squire pack..
now he's well aware it's nothing special, it's his frist guitar.

but when he brought it home, i played it, and there is a real bad string buzz on the low E, but only at the fifth fret.. (6th and 7th sound normal, as does everywhere else.) i dunno what the problm could be.. everything else sounds fine (as good as a squire can sound ) just that one note, it's quite bad.

he's probably gonna take it back and get them to screw with it, but i was just wondering if it might be something simple (and could save a trip in to town) i could try to fix for him.

thanks for any help (heading there soon, so hopefully someones on now and could help
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#3
It sounds like an intonation problem, bring it to a tech and get it setup or tell them theres an intonation error, they should fix it for you.

If you're lucky by moving the saddle it'll correct itself.
#4
that's not intonation. it's a high fret. and like said, a tiny allen wrench turns the two pegs on the front of that saddle, to raise the saddle and the string up a little.
Jenneh

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