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Fender Percission bass

Expeirencing dead notes on G string at 5th and 6th frets.
what would be the obvious cause of this. Strings have
been changed and problem exists

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You may need the back bridge at the end of the neck. it may be worn out.

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Sounds to me like you have a fret problem in that area. sometimes frets will pull up from the fretboard due to heat or from shipping. Take it to a local music store that has a good repair man. It's a simple fix and cheap to repair.

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