#1
i just recently changed strings on my jackson(floyd rose if that matters) and as soon as started playing i got this horrible buzz even when i plucked an open string. it didnt happen with the stock strings but when i switched to ernie balls it appeared on all the bass strings up to about the 4th fret.
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#3
Did you change the gague of strings you use? That might be the problem, if not, your guitar might just do that when you change the strings, leave it a few days, see if it improves.
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#4
Make sure the bridge is level to the body. Check jemsite.com on how to properly setup a floating tremolo bridge.
#5
raising the action would help.

or if you changed gauge.


also, it might just be the fact that its what your guitar does with new strings,
#6
no i didnt change the string gauge. it's always been 9s. when its an open string that gets played it sounds like it's coming from the nut but i dont know what the problem could be there.

edit: the bridge is fine. i'm really anal about it being level.

i guess i'll wait a couple days then.
thanks for the advice.
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Last edited by itchy guitar at Jun 24, 2008,