So I have what is probably a wolf tone - basically, I’m getting a buzzing when I stop the D string at a G and play pizzicato (starts if I stop the string a quarter step higher on the neck, and continues to around a half step closer to the bridge). It does not happen when I play arco, which is strange, but what’s stranger is that if I de-tune the string, the worst offending note remains constant. So if I drop a whole step, it’s still the actual pitch of G that buzzes - while the note of F, which is the exact same spot on the fingerboard board where the G once was - sounds fine. I mean, it could be a string issue, but the string looks to be in good shape and it’s only been played since late November. So before I start shelling out on strings, I’ll try a wolf tone eliminator, but which weight(s) should I get? Do I just pull the bandaid off and get all of them? Supposedly the screw on types don’t work as well, so seems silly to waste money on something that might not work properly if I indeed have a wolf tone.