#1
This is my guitar,



I changed my strings, and now my high E string (closest to the floor) has at least some fret buzz. It gets particularly bad as I approach the 24th fret, which is unplayable (because of the fret buzz. It sustains the note for about 1 millisecond).
I've searched on the internet, but I haven't found anything relating to the kind of fret buzz I'm experiencing.

Could anyone help please?
#3
did u chnge the strings one at a time?
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#5
your Floyd could be set-up improperly after you changed strings
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#6
Okay, it's probably the action (height of the strings from the fretboard). If you don't know how to raise it just take a screwdriver and you should see a couple screws holding down the bridge. On my guitar all I had to do was just loosen the side of the bridge that I wanted to raise a little. A warning though: If you do this it will probably change your tuning on your guitar so you will need to retune.
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#8
Yes, I changed the strings one at a time. And I forgot to mention, that none of the other string are effected at all, which seems quite strange.
#9
Quote by ratzgame
Okay, it's probably the action (height of the strings from the fretboard). If you don't know how to raise it just take a screwdriver and you should see a couple screws holding down the bridge. On my guitar all I had to do was just loosen the side of the bridge that I wanted to raise a little. A warning though: If you do this it will probably change your tuning on your guitar so you will need to retune.


Thanks, that fixed the problem.