#1
I'm playing for my schools talent show thing tomorrow and my guitar ( a cheap strat copy) has a annoying buzz. Its tolerable but do you think it really matters?

or should i play uberr good to cover it up?

lol opinions please
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#2
People probably won't notice. Fret buzz or Feedback hum?
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#3
Fret buzz, they won't notice. If it's feedback, then turn the guitar output volume down to 0 when you don't actually play, and keep the strings going the rest of the time, even when you're supposed to do a long sustained chord etc.
#4
People generally don't notice alot of things. It's only people who have heard it alot will know something is up (ie band members). Noone else will notice a thing.
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#5
methinks its feedback hum. Dodgy strat copies! Anyways thanks for replies.

if all else fails i'll take my uncles strat copy, but this ones a decent one!
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#6
Well if you're playing through an amp you probably won't be able to hear it anyway...
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#7
If it really bothering you you may wanna invest in a noise gate at some point.