#1
im getting a really bad string buzz/rattle on my low E, A and D strings but its not coming through my amp, i only hear it wen my guitar isnt plugged in.
iv adjusted the truss rod and action many times but its not fixed it.
#3
if you don't hear it through the amp then what's the problem, i doubt you play your electric acousicaly
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#4
try changing strings and raising the action a little. What guitar is it?
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#5
its an epiphone les paul standard only about a year old
and sumtimes i play it without plugging it in late at night
#6
A little bit of fret buzz is alright - Provided it's not audible through the amp. Try to pick more parallel to the body so the string vibrates more horizontally then vertically
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