#1
I have to play without my amp for a while, because I got shouted at by my flatmates :/ But that is by the by.

When I pluck the Low E string there seems to be a buzzing, of course I don't hear this through my amp when I am playing with it for some reason. Although now without the amp it is becoming annoying, what could be the problem? It doesn't happen with any of the other strings.
#2
I just posted about this yesterday,certain electrical appliances can make it buzz. Mine does it a lot around my pc
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#3
^it's not buzzing through the amp so it's not an electrical disturbance

TS:your action is low causing the low E to buzz against the frets. it's not really a big deal if you cant hear it through the amp, but if it bugs you that much you could raise the action on the guitar
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#4
Quote by shredhead22

TS:your action is low causing the low E to buzz against the frets. it's not really a big deal if you cant hear it through the amp, but if it bugs you that much you could raise the action on the guitar


Thanks Now I just got to find that allen key :p
#5
Quote by shredhead22
^it's not buzzing through the amp so it's not an electrical disturbance

TS:your action is low causing the low E to buzz against the frets. it's not really a big deal if you cant hear it through the amp, but if it bugs you that much you could raise the action on the guitar


Ditto, it's action not your freaking electrical. Maybe a hum from single pickups but not buzz.