#1
well the title says it all, the G-string buzzes at the bridge and wenever i put my finger on it, it stops but happens again

how do i fixx it?
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#2
sounds to me like the neck of your guitar is being bent by the strings
its an odd concept but i had that same problem
apparently the strings were not the right type and after long usag bent the neck slightly, pushing the bridge up
#3
if the bridge is a saddle, it could just be the saddle height on one side is slightly bigger/smaller than on the other side.
#4
KK47 is right, I had this problem. You'll either need to use something to lower it or you can use your finger to screw it down, thats what I did to fix mine. Just make sure the saddle screws are touching the bridge and test it if not just do it so there even nearer.
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Musicman SUB 5
Ibanez SRX305
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