#1
Every time i play the D string on my acoustic, it buzzes :S

I was hoping someone can tell me why its happening, plus some solutions,

Thanks in advance
#2
this happened to me and there was a mouse in my guitar. no joke.
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#5
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#7
a lithier makes and fixes guitars. he said, have a luthier FIX it
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#9
My old acoustic used to do that on the high e string. I figured out it was the bridge, so the next time I changed strings I just stuck a small piece of cardboard between the bridge and the string just to raise it a little. Fixed it perfectly.
But if that doesnt work, or if its actually a decent acoustic (mine cost me a whopping $150), then go see a luthier and get him to fix it.
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