Thick E & A Fret buzz on RG321MH
I have been having this problem and can't just understand how to solve it. Thick E & A buzz very audibly on first few frets (counting from headstock) if I pick more aggressively. I have tried adjusting the neck-relief, and more there's bow, less there's buzz but I do not really enjoy the idea of very high action. I also have tried to adjust the bridge pieces for those strings but even then I couldn't eliminate the buzz completely, it's always there if I pick aggressively. If I tighten the truss rod straightening the neck to very straight, the buzz is extreme, it can be heard always, again on the first few frets, moving closer to the middle tho.
This is my first guitar and the buzz was there earlier too but not as clearly as now after stringchange. I changed strings to D'addario 09-42 set after the old set's string snapped, no idea what brand that set was since it was on guitar when I bought it, but it was a thicker set.
This guitar has a history of standing on a support for years since previous owner never could learn to play and then sold it to me.
I know I would probably be better off letting a tech to take a look at it but since I am not really rich and have other uses for money in upcoming times, I would like to try and solve this myself with you guys help.
Thank you in advance for any ideas. This thing is really hindering my learning and eating my motivation.
Last edited by Lasse.; 01-24-2012 at 11:11 AM.