I happen to own a beautiful jazz guitar that sounds and plays really great. It is made in China, but make no mistake, instruments and music gear made in those regions can be of very high quality. Design and engineering may take place in Europe or the US, and then they are made in China. For various reasons, maybe a sloppy quality check, or just the change of temperature and humidity, you can sometimes experience poor sound or noise. But such things are easy to fix. As long as the material, design, and parts are high standard, there is no reason to reject such a good instrument. Let´s see how I fixed the rattling noise on my Hagstrom.
Tremol-no buzz fix
Tremol-no is a terrific invention. But, somewhat unreliable. Depending on your guitar, how you installed the Tremol-no, and perhaps also how you tighten it, you may experience a buzzing noise or click sound while playing in locked mode. Here’s an easy fix. At least it solved my problem. May not work in your case, but … Read more