#1
Yeah this is a probably a retarded question...

When I'm playing a song, specifically The Trooper or Snow (Hey Oh), I hit my low e string but its excruciatingly louder than any of my other strings. It's so noticeable it makes it seem like I hit a wrong note, furthermore making the entire song crap. I have a crappy crappy amp, and I dare not speak its name, but all my settings are normal...

Any ideas? New amp, perhaps?
#2
spider, maybe?
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#4
your amp is a line6 spider, isnt it?
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#7
Quote by Whole Lotta Led
Try lowering your pickups on the bass side some.


Eh I think you were right with additional bad news. High e string side of my front pickup lost a screw and fell... Which raised bass side ...damn.

I can just get the screw at home depot right? -.-

Haha nvm...I found the screw on my desk!? ???
Last edited by Stupified at Aug 26, 2007,
#8
so did it work?
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#10
Just finished...

Took off strings, cleaned, took off pick guard (which made me unscrew the pickups!! AHH!!)

Then I found all the springs and took 45 minutes to correctly put on the spring-loaded screws... *shivers*...

Then restrung and it sounds damn nice again

Yeah I lowered bass side a bit and sounds great!