#1
hey,
I chenged my strings yesterday and now my E string is buzzing, I checked the action and it was okay I can't find where it ratles against something, and the buzzing is on every note on the E string

b.t.w. I play bass
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#2
bridge saddle might be buzzing or the truss rod might need adjustment
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#3
the sound comes from the bridge, and how do I adjust the saddles so that they stop buzzing?
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#4
You might have a bur, (small, sharp point), on your saddle. You'll have to remove the string and grind it down if so. Or, your saddle could be too low.
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#5
^not going to cause buzz.

anyway, the guitar might have a loose screw that's rattling.

strum the bass acoustically. shake it. check for noise.
strum then touch the saddles and the intonation screws, see if something is loose.
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