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If when you are playing your ukulele you have heard a strange buzz as if something vibrates the causes can be diverse, from very simple things until the ukulele has a factory defect.
This time we will talk about the possible causes that can cause this annoying buzz.
The first reason you can hear this buzz and the easiest to repair is that nor have a good technique when playing the ukulele, the bad positioning of the fingers, that your fingers play other strings when you make a chord or that you do not put enough force or that your finger is pressing the corresponding fret badly may cause this vibration to sound, the more Better your cleaner technique will sound your songs.
It could be that your ukulele has some part of the loose plugyou can try tighten the screws and see if that solves the problem.
This is not usually very common but it may be that The ukulele strings are poorly manufactured or defective and this may be causing the vibration, this is one of the least likely causes, but it is also a possibility.
Que your ukulele It is not a good wood and is already buckling (This means that there is a slight curvature in the ukulele's mast) When playing a chord, the string stays a little stuck to the mast and collides with the bars of separation of the frets making that vibration known as trasteo .
This is a more serious problem as it speaks of a factory defect, in this case you could go directly with a laudero to see what it recommends.
That the bones (the part of where the string rests) that are on the bridge and head are loose, causing the vibration that travels through the soundboard to move them and sound causing that strange sound. You can identify if this is putting a finger on the bone while playing to see if this vibration will give up.
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