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    Marcelo replied to the thread Resonance Issue?.
    I don't have that problem with fretted notes, so it might be the nut. I'll have it replaced, see how it goes. Thank you!
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    Marcelo replied to the thread Resonance Issue?.
    Yes, actually I forgot to mention that. The issue does go away when I fret the D string, so I'll look into that. Thanks!
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    Marcelo replied to the thread Resonance Issue?.
    Thanks for the reply. Sorry about that. Like I said, I couldn't find a better way to upload it. I've reuploaded the file in the link, in...
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    Marcelo reacted to Wilko's post in the thread Resonance Issue? with Like Like.
    That sounds like a messed up nut slot. Try it with fretted notes to know whether it's nut slot or saddle. DEfinite set-up issue. Make...
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    Marcelo reacted to Reddart's post in the thread Resonance Issue? with Like Like.
    If you fret the D string and play a D#, and that goes away, then your nut slot might be too wide and is “sitaring”
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    Marcelo reacted to garywright's post in the thread Resonance Issue? with Like Like.
    couldn’t get it to play
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    Marcelo reacted to charliechitlins's post in the thread Resonance Issue? with Like Like.
    Sounds like Crappy Tune-o-matic Rattle. Make sure your saddles are seated properly. Make sure the stop tail is socked down enough so...
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    Marcelo replied to the thread Resonance Issue?.
    Thanks! I'll try that.
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    Hey everyone. I recently took my Epiphone Les Paul to get a fret leveling and setup, since I would get dead notes when I did some...
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