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Offline garbzz

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resonating sound in guitar ( problem )
« on: July 23, 2010, 12:50:43 AM »
Hi all, I bought an elec guitar about 2 years ago and for the past 8 mths or so it has been making a hum sound that resonates through the guitar when certian strings are played...I have narrowed it down to the bottom E, A and G string.after picking any of these strings the sound tends to last for 3-10 seconds and if i play a chord its even more distinctive again and because my pickups amplify the sound. u can here it in a mix which gives me the shits because when i change key i still get a tiny bit of tone coming through of those notes/strings that ive played ...I have checked the tension springs for the floyd rose bridge and every thing seems to be in order, however i THINK it might be the tremelo itself that maybe vibrating im not really i work 6days a week its hard to get into my local dealer so any advise would be muchly appreciated.

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Re: resonating sound in guitar ( problem )
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2010, 12:54:25 AM »
Could be one of many different problems. You'll just need to take some time off work, or get a friend to bring it in.