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Discussion in 'Tech-Talk' started by DeMelo, Jul 16, 2019.
I set them up so they don't buzz acoustically when I play fingerstyle.
Reminds me of my 1st electric, a Oly White & Rosewood MIK Squier Bullitt. It was a buzz making device and I didn't know anything about truss rods or saddle set-screws (and the internet chat rooms offered zero guidance).
I wish I could find that guitar just to give it a proper set up. No upgrades, just filed, polished, and adjusted. And then sell it knowing at least once in its lifetime it didn't buzz and maintained tuning.
My Strat that I bought new in 1982 didn't buzz that I can remember BUT I ended up trading it for a diff guitar (DUMB MISTAKE) and every guitar I've had since then has been a POS compared to it, But that is about to change...
I set mine up with no choking out, and no buzz with light playing. When I dig into it, it'll buzz. Which, if I really dig into it, my acoustics will too--even the one with over 5mm action.
I voted no none at all but I could change it if I lower the action till it will and it will only buzz in the amp if I strum or pick harder. A new name for strum pick "strick"
I play like a gorilla so yes.
Little bit depending on how I'm going at it. Nothing worth mentioning really.
I love the buzz, which I prefer to call "snap," adjunctive to cluck. The other day, my favorite strat seemed to lack snap on the high E. I lowered the action unconscientiously low: now all strings are gloriously snapping.
I sometimes play purposely in a manner that causes buzz (analogous to slapping, but more like percussive frailing). When I’m playing clean though, I want it to sound clean.
I set mine up so that if I am playing with a light touch, or even a moderate mashing it won't buzz. But if I do go all gorilla on it, there will be rattle and buzz. Stuff happens.