#1
It makes an hour that on my spider line 6 I hear the radio, when I change the gain and the chanels, I change of radio station, WTF???
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#2
yeah amps do that sometimes, it should go away. the ending of Sleep Now in the Fire by Rage Against the Machine outros with some random Mexican radio station they picked up.
#3
I got spanish stuff, I also got Religious stuff, Maybe God is trying to talk to me through my amplifier lol jk
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Morley pro series pedal
BBE two time Delay
Empress Nebulus
Subdecay Quantum Quasar
Solid Gold FX Nitro

Blackstar HT stage 100
Marshal 1922 2x12 (V-30, Greenback)
#4
Quote by Heideck
I got spanish stuff, I also got Religious stuff, Maybe God is trying to talk to me through my amplifier lol jk

So God is latino? I bet he has a sweet low-rider

All electronic devices (like amps,wireless systems) are made to accept outside interferince but produce none.
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#6
happens to me when I use my fuzz factory

btw random fact: The band Air traffic used to pick up the communication radio of an airport nearby through their amps, that explains their band name
#7
Something isn't shielded properly; grab some aluminum foil.

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#8
I had Welsh radio coming through my amp before, that's the weirdest thing to ever come out of anything ever.

Even a radio.
#9
You've got something in the front end acting as an envelope detector for AM stations most likely.
Maybe some small value hi pass caps to ground or even some RF tank circuits here and there would stop it for ya.

All it takes is a diode and it doesn't take much for something in the circuit to do that then the amplifier amplifies and walla ya got yourself a radio receiver.

Remember the cat whisker radios where all it took was a hunk of galena crystal and small wire contact (the cat whisker)? You usually wound a coil of wire using an oatmeal box and made a slide contact with a piece of copper to tune in different radio stations. That and an earpiece and you were in business, no batteries required. There are endless varieties of these things with various degrees of complexity and sophistication. It's how radio began for many.

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It makes an hour that on my spider line 6 I hear the radio, when I change the gain and the chanels, I change of radio station, WTF???
Last edited by Dick Foster at Nov 18, 2012,