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I dropped it and since it makes a funny echoing sound like the string is loose only the low e string tho nothing else
You probably damaged the nut, check the distance between the low e string and the first fret after your tuned to standard. pluck low e string only if its buzzing on first fret you may either need new nut or a repair on the neck. if you have any questions feel free to ask
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi ! Must be a problem with either the nut or the g-saddle in the bridge of the guitar.
Good luck , Stefan from Sweden
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Just a thought:
If you used the speakers with another amp and they still make noise when you play certain frequencies, then it is obviously a problem with the speakers or the cabinet - it could be a mechanical resonance in some part of a speaker / cabinet, something like a loose screw or a nut, loose protection mesh on the speakers that resonates at certain frequencies, possibly a bad speaker or a speaker membrane...
Also, you might want to check the pickups on your guitar, see if the pickup core slug under the A string is much closer to the string than the other slugs so it is either picking up too much signal and distorting it or the string might be touching the slug when you play it and cause noise, also see if the string is touching something else when it vibrates...
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Are the strings hitting the frets and making a buzzing sound or is it actually coming from the bridge? Make sure the saddles on the bridge are secure. If the buzzing is caused by the fret then adjust the bridge height and/or truss rod. If the buzzing is coming from the bridge and cannot be cured it may be worth investing in an aftermarket bridge.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Sounds like it could be a noise gate setting and your low E is quite loud, therfore opening the noisegate easier. Try lowering the threshold.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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