#1
So I just got a brand new Low E string, had my instructor install, I took it back home and played it and it was like bees in a can. I figured out the string is vibrating and hitting the frets, I tightened it, it didnt hit the frets anymore, but it was outta tune, what can I do to stop from hitting the frets and keep it in tune?
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#4
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Sounds to me like the action is too low.


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#5
They (the two above) do have a point with the action but another thing is that it may just be the fact that the string new. New strings have a crisper sound than ones you've been using a while, plus they still have to stretch out.
#6
Quote by Tom_hatton
Sounds to me like the action is too low.



Get an Alan Wrench and loosen the 2 bolts on th bottom until u got a clean sound
#7
i had this same problem on my bass with the low e. i changed the action and it didn't go away. eventually i just got a new string which didn't buzz.