1withm49 Posted February 19, 2006 Report Share Posted February 19, 2006 I recently had some seymor duncans installed in my LP copy and at the same time I had the guitar tech do a proper fret level and setup, to get the action right and sort intonation etc.... the original Idea was to buy a cheap LP copy and have the changes made so it played like a much more expensive instrument, which thankfully all worked out fine until I changed my A string this morning..... Up until this morning when I broke my A-String the guitar played with a nice low action with absolutley no buzz. I thought considering that my guitar had already been setup by a pro it should just be a simple matter or replacing the string with one of the same guage and continue playing. I was WRONG. Ive now replaced the string with one of the same guage and that string sounds aweful. First of all I can definatley hear a buzzing sound Its hard to tell where its coming from to be honest but Iam pretty sure its coming from one of the saddles on the bridge. The string also sounds veyr metallic in comparison to the other strings which sound rather smooth. Can anyone please explain why iam experiancing this awful buzzing, and maybe suggest how to remedy it? Thanks Michael Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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