#1
i just got back from a 2 week holiday and on the high e string(the e with the higher pitch) all the frets buzz!!

its not on any other strings or if it is its not buzzing as loudly

what the hells happened about what do i do>?
#2
retune or restring it
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#3
how old are the strings?

what type of bridge?
Jenneh

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#6
swap them out. the bridge can always be lifted a little afterwards to compentate for the buzz.

swap one string at a time and put on a similar gauge.
Jenneh

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#7
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Is it possibly hitting any of the metal parts of the frets?

that IS fret buzz... and the metal parts ARE the frets lol.
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