Wow, I came back to be shocked that this already got 9 replies, then I got a good laugh
@Rich: when I fret the string, sorry I should have been a bit more clear.
I did actually tighten it early in November before a gig, it only gets colder here in Georgia in December, so that makes sense. This guitar hasn't gotten a whole lot of play recently either, I've been playing my other 2 Ibby's more. But it's strange that it is this one string, and very obviously buzzing/choking :/.
@Musikron: Yeah, I figured that would make things worse, even if it wasn't the main cause, you very well may be right, thats why I made sure to have that info on the OP.
@Takin' a Ride: Also, this could make sense. Not a lot of humidity here either in the last 6 weeks, but has been rather rainy since Christmas weekend. The fret ends don't seem
sharp, but that might not mean a lot, since I've never experienced this on other guitars people say are prone to shard ends. But I'd be inclined to say that a are normal, unless this guitar has had work in the past.