#1
Ok, ive changed the string on my guitar - the high e. Everytime i bend it, there seems to be a weird kinda clicking noise. Anyone got any idea what it is? It also happens with my B string which i also recently changed. It doesnt affect the tone and doesnt make my strings de-tune but its very annoying.
#2
I assume it's rubbing up against something. It could be a higher frett, a pickup, or something else. Take a closer look.
#3
Strech the strings then retune them. That's what usually happens when you first put a string on.
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#4
Sounds like the action needs to be raised to me.
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#5
I had a problem like this with one of my guitars. It was a tune-o-matic bridge, the kind where the bridge has individual saddles for each string to make setting the intonation easier. The G string was the one with the problem, and as it turns out, the saddle needed to be replaced. It was moving slightly when I bent the string, and it wasn't a smooth motion (the saddle's) - it just snapped into place and then snapped back down when I released the bend. It was annoying.

What guitar do you have, and with what kind of bridge setup?
#7
You should stretch your strings before you put them on. If your string makes the clicking noise, and then is out of tune after the bend, that's your problem.