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Acoustic guitar g string too loud

Acoustic guitar g string too loud

You may be stroking the 3rd string harder, and making it louder. As to not liking the sound/intonation, sometimes it's other strings which are 'out' of tune, and in your case if the G string is loudest, it may be the one perceived as out of tune.

  1. Why is my G string so loud?
  2. Why does guitar G string always sound out of tune?
  3. How do I stop my G string buzzing?

Why is my G string so loud?

If you have your technique down right and your string height set-up properly, then look at the individual pole piece height on your pickups. The closer a string is to the pole piece (i.e. the higher the pole piece), the louder it will be. Not all pickups have adjustable pole pieces though.

Why does guitar G string always sound out of tune?

As you can see, the G string getting out of tune can be caused by a million little different things. Nut slots friction, nut slot depth, nut action height, nut position, and so on. Also, there can be a bigger problem with your guitar. Bent neck, tuners loose, intonation problems, and so on.

How do I stop my G string buzzing?

It just needs a setup. Take it to a guitar shop man. Sounds like the nut slot for that string is a bit low. When you hold the string down at a fret it neutralizes the nut slot depth [like a capo] but when you play it open the nut slot depth if too low will buzz.

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