#1
I posted another thread a few minutes ago about my truss rod and action. I have some buzzing on the neck on my Agile AL-3100. I just noticed however, that whenever I pluck a string, a buzzing occurs at the TOM bridge. This has happened to my b string once before, I fixed it just by tugging at it a bit, almost like it wasn't on the saddle properly, but it was so minute you couldn't even tell by looking at it. What's the reason for this? Is there a solution? I don't think my bridge is crappy, but could that be the problem? :/
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#2
if the saddle is shaking, then the screw that holds the saddle might be a little loose in the threads.

strum the guitar acoustically, and listen for buzzing. touch the part that's making noise, see if the buzzing stops.
Jenneh

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