Hello everyone, I was recently playing my 2018 les Paul traditional unplugged one night after work and I noticed that the 3 lower strings did in fact have a occasional buzz coming from them ? Quite loud to sometimes and quite hard to trace exactly where it was coming from, being reasonably new to guitars I started to do some research into the matter and after a few hours of searching the net and a bit of tinkering, I figured it could well be the bridge retaining wire, I never even knew it had a wire ? My 2016 tradish was already upgraded and I just didn't realize this, anyway I was a pit peaved off because it's only 3 weeks old, bought new from one of my local dealers, I did contemplate on whether to return it to get sorted out but ii figure it may well happen again down the line. So upgrade time it was and with a little bit of research I worked out which bridges would and would not fit, good time to fit some other upgrades as well I thought. I was also getting some unpleasant hum when I wasn't grounding the thing out with my hands so first job was to line all the cavaties with copper tape from the local hardware store, ordered a Faber abrh 59 wireless bridge, faber aluminium tail piece as per original Gibsons, hosco gold top hats, hosco amber switch tip and a gotoh metal jack plate, and finally restrung her with Ernie's custom slinkie 10's . All the parts arrived this morning and I've been a busy little boy all day but now she's finished and Ohh my what a difference these have made, she's quiet now with no hum, no string buzz either and she seems to have a bit more honk to the tone ? Could this be the Faber bridge and tail piece by any chance ? Either way she sounds absolutely fantastic and I'm a happy chap now, so just wondering what upgrades you have done to your Lester and why ? Some pics of her now she's finished. Worth while upgrades imo, some may argue that a new guitar shouldn't really need money spending it on it but she is a 60 plus year old design.