#1
when i play the high e string on the 15th fret and bend it up a note it gets really scratchy and dies out
its really the only spot on the guitar that happens to
and i change the strings and it doesnt help?

what is it and can i fix it?

edit: its the 17th fret not that it makes a difference.
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#2
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#4
i dont kno
it wasnt always like that

is there anyway i can fix it?
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#5
Try raising your bridge slightly.
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#6
i adjusted it and now its not dying but its still a bit scratchy
should i raise it until the scrtchiness goes away?
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#7
You may just be fretting out, i'm not sure what it is, maybe raising it more would work..

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#8
Your neck could possibly be warped.

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