When I apply too little pressure on my electric guitar strings it makes a buzzing sound, I have to push hard to play. Fix?
- 6 months ago
Yeah? You gotta build up some finger strength. If it's really bad maybe lower the action or go with a lighter string gauge.
- HernandoLv 66 months ago
Ask your guitar teacher to help you with this. That's what he's there for.
- Tony BLv 77 months ago
You need to press hard enough so the strings don't buzz. You need to fret strings properly though - I don't know how well you play but if you are a beginner bad technique is the main cause of buzzing strings.
If your technique is good but the strings are really hard to press down then the guitar probably needs adjusting. A nut that is cut to high or a high action caused by the bridge being too high are the main causes.
- 7 months ago
Gotta fix it. something wrong with pickups?