BioBeats
Registered User
Join date: Jan 2013
98 IQ
#1
Hey guys, I was wondering can Electric Guitar Amp Buzz (not caused by the amp) be harmful to the guitar or the amp itself? The reason I say its not caused by the amp is because when i unplug the guitar cable from the input jack the buzz goes away. My guitar is a open coil humbucker. So again, I was wondering if the Electric Guitar Amp Buzz do any damage to the guitar or the amp itself?
FatalGear41
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Join date: Oct 2009
1,381 IQ
#2
No, it won't hurt your guitar. It is no good for you amplifier's speaker, but your guitar will be just fine.
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excaliber9
Registered User
Join date: May 2011
74 IQ
#3
As FatalGear said, nope, it wont hurt your guitar at all! If you use a distortion pedal (like I do!), then that is what is causing the buzz! I own an Epiphone Les Paul Jr (which has an open coil humbucker!), and there is no buzz whatsoever without my rig...
-Guitars-
Epiphone Les Paul Jr

-Pedals-
Marshall VT-1 Vibratrem
DigiTech Hot Head Distortion
DigiTech Digital Delay

-Amps-
Kustom Dart 10
dimarzio77
BAMF
Join date: Oct 2008
145 IQ
#4
check the ground (round prong on your amp cord) and also the electrical outlet. could be a bad ground. also the wiring in your guitar could cause the buzz