#1
When I play on the G string it buzzes and it seems to me that it is due to a slight touch from one of the frets (looks like it is the 7th fret). Also when I play an open G string and let it ring it buzzes at the bridge. What should I do?
#2
Dude, G-strings are for wearing, not for playing with!



Oh man, I crack myself up. Sounds like fret buzz, try raising your action and tell us if that helps.
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#3
Perhaps you should adjust your action. Only do this if you know how to do it and whatnot.
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#4
If I don't pluck my string of G that hard the bridge doesn't buzz and I adjusted my action and that got rid of the buzz except I actually had to lower it.
#5
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Perhaps you should adjust your action. Only do this if you know how to do it and whatnot.



Maybe if you remove the g-string you would get more ACTION!!

Unless you want less action then maybe you should cover the G-String

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#6
HAHAH G Strings....

anyhow... probably some buzz. Raise or lower string accordingly wear there is no buzz and your comfortable playing it.


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