#1
I own a Dean Vendetta Xm w/Tremelo.
I week ago when i strummed a string it made a strange noise.
Maybe like a vibration sort of noise.

Any ideas on what could be wrong?

Sorry For the bad information.
When i Strum it the sound does come out but after a kind of rasping noise. You know what i mean?
Last edited by DontStealMusic at Nov 8, 2008,
#2
If a guitar ain't vibrating then it ain't being played. Gonna have to give a better explanation.
#3
I think he means fuzz
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I'm not sure what its called haha.
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haha yeah that was my fault on that one.

Does it sound like its cluttering the note? cause i had that on my synyster and it was a bitch trying to play with it on my strings =/

just lower the string gauge. thats what i was told to do and it works fine
#8
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haha yeah that was my fault on that one.

Does it sound like its cluttering the note? cause i had that on my synyster and it was a bitch trying to play with it on my strings =/

just lower the string gauge. thats what i was told to do and it works fine


Yeah, somewhat like that.

I'll try that right now.
Thank you. :]
#9
i think i know exactly whats going on. it happens a lot with those special tremolo bars that go up and down like the floyd rose. but let me ask you this. when it does that rasping sounds can you hear the actual note or is it just pure noise when it happens?
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i think i know exactly whats going on. it happens a lot with those special tremolo bars that go up and down like the floyd rose. but let me ask you this. when it does that rasping sounds can you hear the actual note or is it just pure noise when it happens?


Yeah I could hear, but at the same time the rasping takes effect.
And yes i do have a tremolo bar
#12
Bridges don't lower them self. Did the humidity change. The drier the air the more the neck will bend backwards causing the strings to lower a bit.
#13
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Bridges don't lower them self. Did the humidity change. The drier the air the more the neck will bend backwards causing the strings to lower a bit.

Its been cold over here ever since i bought the guitar.
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Its been cold over here ever since i bought the guitar.

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Okay..
No the humidity did not change
#17
Is it fret buzz?
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#18
Im not really sure what you mean....but on my fender strat, the low E string has a kinda weird buzz sound.