#1
Okay, every time I've bought an ibanez (bass or guitar) off the internet it seems 2 hav loadsa fret buzz around the first few frets even thou Ibanez like to setup guitarz b4 sending them, I dunno if the strings r too low or the necks titled but seems fine 2 me - can't b heard from the amp or recording so should I bother to get rid of it, cos its setup fine cept that.

MVL.
#2
My general rule is, if you can't hear it from the amp and you're happy with it, there's no point fixing it. I would only fix it once you start actually hearing it coming out of the amp too.
#3
well.. uhh... i don't wanna bring you down or somethin coz im xur u spent some cash for guitars but... i think, it's really the way the guitar was made... it's really sometimes the manufacturers' fault.... u could try cleanin your guitar, the frets i mean... if doesn't work... well.. i dunno anymore... that's all i know dude... if i'm wrong, well.. i'm sorry. hope i helped.
#5
imo, i dont mind if its buzzing, as long as it doesnt come out of the amp.

If you wanna get rid of it however, try adjusting the action, or get a luthier to adjust the truss rod for ya.
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#6
1. depends on the models.
2. guitars, especially shipped thru the mail, need to be set up correctly.
3. like said, most acoustic buzz isnt a problem.


4. where, what strings and frets is the buzz?
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