#1
After restringing my electric today only the last 3 (D,A,E) strings had this metallic buzzing sound when I strummed them. I tried readjusting the bridge and the little thing infront of that on the SG but none of it seems to be working. Any help?
#2
raise the saddles? that will help.maybe tweaking the neck a little
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#3
Always happens to me. Goes away after about 30 mins playing.
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#7
How is the bend in the neck and is the action to low. You might have to adjust some things. But first you need to check the setup. Thats the only way to fix it.
#8
metallic is something you see??? not that you hear???
raise ur action a bit
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metallic is something you see??? not that you hear???
raise ur action a bit

What about Metallic-a? Hmm? :P

And you can taste metallic too.
#10
you tried raising ur bridge and what little thing in front of it?


where is the buzzing, what strings, what frets?
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#11
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metallic is something you see??? not that you hear???
raise ur action a bit

strings can sound metallic.