#1
Weither its a fender or a Les guitar is the same , playing threw the Kustom amp or Crate I get this unwanted static or like a crackling sound is it the Amp the guitar or just the Electric service in my building that's causing it ?
#2
its just feedback if you get a noise suppression pedal (i recommend this boss pedal i got mine and works awesome http://www.guitarcenter.com/Boss-NS-2-Noise-Suppressor-Pedal-100090732-i1124485.gc ) the noises should stop
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#3
a little bit of white noise is normal but excessive amounts is a sign of a bad amp
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its just feedback if you get a noise suppression pedal (i recommend this boss pedal i got mine and works awesome http://www.guitarcenter.com/Boss-NS-2-Noise-Suppressor-Pedal-100090732-i1124485.gc ) the noises should stop

and it doesn't sound like feedback to me but a noise suppressor might help some
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#4
Check the outlet with a light up outlet checker..home depot has them for cheap.

It sounds like an electric service problem as both amps are making the same noise and the guitar isn't causing it.
#5
could it be your speaker cable?
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#6
Ok but what am I looking for ? short ? The volt tester says 110 . Do I have the right tester ?
I forgot to mention there is a FX box between the amp and guitar . It uses a 9 volt power supply .