#1
so, i've noticed that whenever i play the g-string with another one
i can only hear the note on the G, and its sustain is longer than the other ones o_O, well, to me at least (im not sure if its sustain, maybe its just really loud)

and i dont have Hi.Mid.Low on my amp...
if i did, could i just turn on the Hi/Low or something?

its really bothering me cuz i have lots of riffs where i play the 4/5th string together, and the 4th is all i hear...

thanks!
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#3
Maybe the string is physically lower than the rest of them
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#5
1 word:
what??

i have no idea how to do any of the above...
T_T
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#6
if you have single coils, you could ghetto fix it by sanding down the g string pole pieces
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#7
First check string height. Don't just take a piece of sandpaper to your pole piece...
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#8
well, i eyed it, and they all seem to be the same height...
but i did notice that they all curve along the fretboard, thats correct, right?
(the middle ones are higher then the outside strings)

:S
could it be fixed if i get a new amp, and turn MID lower or something?
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#9
How old are the strings? It could be that simply getting new strings will solve the problem.
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#10
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How old are the strings? It could be that simply getting new strings will solve the problem.


2months lol
its rented, but i rented new, so...
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#11
You mean the same strings are on it that were on it when you rented it? Those strings could have been on there for who knows how long... and I've NEVER picked up a guitar at a store that had decent strings on it, whether its from guitar center, sam ash or a private store. And 2 months by itself is pushing it depending on what strings they are and how they react to you and your chemistry. I say replace your strings and see what happens.
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Seriously, who thinks "Shit, i'm gonna die, BRB, Ima' tell UG."?

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Congratz man, you are a true, American Hero.
Go Schneiderman!

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#12
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You mean the same strings are on it that were on it when you rented it? Those strings could have been on there for who knows how long... and I've NEVER picked up a guitar at a store that had decent strings on it, whether its from guitar center, sam ash or a private store. And 2 months by itself is pushing it depending on what strings they are and how they react to you and your chemistry. I say replace your strings and see what happens.


oh, well i'll take ur advice and check out some stuff on string changing then
thanks!
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Roland Cube 20X

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