#1
I havejust finished re-stringing my guitar and i just wanted to know, is it weird that my low E and A stings are buzzing? I had 9's on before but before that i had 10's on, but at the time, i didn't know that string gauge mattered. So, can someone please tell me what's wrong?

EDIT:

Humbuckers are H/S/H

and the bridge is the kind thats on a Fender Strat (can't remember what it's called )
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#2
Do you have humbucker pickups or single coil?


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#4
A simple bridge adjustment should be able to fix the problem.
I had the same problem when i went from stock strings to zakk wylde GHS boomers.
i just adjusted the bridge and it was fine.
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#5
By adjusting the bridge, does that mean i have to take it to a shop, or can i do it myself?
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#6
The string is bigger, adjust the bridge the slightest big higher.

Do you have a fixed bridge or tremolo?

If its a fixed, adjusting it takes a screwdriver and a minute.

If its a tremolo, go to a shop if you need to ask/try and figure it out, then go to the shop.
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#7
Oh, ok, so just grab me a screwdriver and adjust it toll it's not buzzing. Thanks


EDIT: Just tried it and it didn't work , anymore ideas?
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Last edited by Phillitalian at Jun 28, 2007,