#1
I've strung up my Fretless with Rounds........and I just recently noticed while playing it unplugged, that the strings tend to buzz, quite a bit. not fret buzz, obviously ( ) noticeably the A string. And usually it wouldn't matter but it's beginning to bug me that something might be wrong with my bass. Is this natural roundwound behavior? I also have a very heavy attack, if that changes anything.
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#2
I think its just round behavior , but I could easily be wrong. Did it do that when there were flats?
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not particularly, no......I don't think, but then again, I don't exactly recall............
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#5
Is it the same gauge string? You might need to get your intonation fixed again.
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#6
rounds produce more string noise, but that noise generally is not heard by the pick-ups. unless you hear it through the amp, i wouldn't worry about it.
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I've strung up my Fretless with Rounds........


don't the rounds damage the wood?
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#8
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don't the rounds damage the wood?


Not if you poly or epoxy the fretboard.