#1
Anyone know why some strings make that annoying after buzz? My high E used to do it and now my low E and G are. Is it the nut (A friend said that was the problem) or is it just the strings?
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#2
It could be that your action is too low and the strings rattle against the fretwire.
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#3
ive had plenty of guitars do this. one was that the nut was cracked in the under side of it, and the extra space caused by the crack was rattlin away. another reason was the tuner was loose at the top. it could also be the bridge, depending upon what type you have. the strat and tele bridges do it alot, from my experienced. it could also be a bough in your neck (doubtful but a possibility) in which truss rod adjustment is a solution, your action could be so low that its toughing other frets. you could have uneven frets. the possibilities are endless, haha.
#5
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does your guitar have a floyd rose?

edit: and which frets has the buzz?



It doesn't have a floyd rose (I wish it did ) and it's only when I play an open G string or open E. I'm going to get strings for my acoustic, so I'll bring it to the place and ask em to check it out.
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#6
Yeah, good choice, don't go messing about a screwdriver when you don't know what your doing.
It sounds like the action though, adjusted at the bridge.
not the nut, you adjusted the neck if its bowing.