#1
hi guys, i kinda have a problem with my strat. like, sometimes, then i play a certian chord, the low E string buzzes and it doesnt sound clear. is there any way to fix this?
My Gear:

Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Junior
Standard Stratocaster (JB Junior in Bridge Position)
Peavey Raptor Plus Exp

Amps:
Marshall MG100HDFX/MG412 Slant Cab Half Stack
Peavey TransTube Rage 158
#3
how do i do that?
My Gear:

Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Junior
Standard Stratocaster (JB Junior in Bridge Position)
Peavey Raptor Plus Exp

Amps:
Marshall MG100HDFX/MG412 Slant Cab Half Stack
Peavey TransTube Rage 158
#4
look at the bridge saddles and you will see what looks like small allen wrench bolts. righty tighty lefty loosey my friend
#8
the frets might be too high/uneven?
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#9
simpliest way is as mentioned, raise the action, and if that still doesnt work bring it in to a guitar tech and have him dress the frets
Gear


- Epiphone Les Paul
- SX Strat (w/ Fender Vintage Noisless Pickups, TBX Control, and an active circuit board for +25dB mid boost)
- Marshall DSL40C
#10
well its on my strat and...do i just adjust the screws for the E string saddle?
My Gear:

Guitars:
Gibson Les Paul Junior
Standard Stratocaster (JB Junior in Bridge Position)
Peavey Raptor Plus Exp

Amps:
Marshall MG100HDFX/MG412 Slant Cab Half Stack
Peavey TransTube Rage 158