#1
my high E string makes like a trembling kinda noise on most if not all of the frets? any reason for this?
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#2
Could the noise be considered a buzz? Does it seem as if the noise is a product of it hitting lower frets?
#3
do you have a solid bridge? what kind of guitar do you have?
If you have a solid bridge you might need to adjust the spot of the string on it by tightening or loosening the screws on the bridge
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#6
no its not a buzzing, its shaking, like using the tremolo effect on my amp, but am not using that and its only on the E string, its not hitting any frets at all and it doesnt seem to be caught on anything at the nut.

and as it says in my sig i have a Schecter Blackhawk, and has a solid bridge. what do u mean i might need to adjust the spot of the string?
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#7
actually am thinking it just needs a setup, cos it seems to be worse in the middle of the neck, and some of my other strings dont sustain as long around that area either, so a set up prob needed
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#9
sounds like your action is too low.
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