LiveMusic Posted November 19, 2003 Share Posted November 19, 2003 What's up with this? There are grooves in the frets under my b-string. They start at fret 5. As you go down to fret 1, they get progressively deeper. I just notice this when I broke a string. As I looked at it, the light hit just right and I could see indentations. I run my fingernail over it and my gosh, there are grooves worn in there! This is a Taylor 310KCE. This might explain something. I bought this guitar Feb 2001. Before the warranty expired, I drove 2 1/2 hours to the dealer where I bought it and told him I have a buzz. And that it seems to be the b-string. I think what he did was hammer on a fret to lower it. Anyway, I got back home and later found it, it wasn't fixed. I never drove back to do it again, since it's five hours round trip. Since that time, I've played the heck out of this guitar, daily. The buzz was never too troublesome. It would come and go. I don't know anything about gear but heck, this doesn't seem right. I also don't understand why I broke a string. I just replaced these strings yesterday and today discoverd that I tuned my guitar a half-step too low. From an old upright, which is obviously off. It was tuned to Eb. I was tuning up and it popped. > > > [ Live! ] < < < Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.