#1
I plugged in my guitar about 5 minutes ago and a steady buzz came from my amp. I changed the cable to see if that was the problem, it wasn't. I thought maybe the amp was the problem, so I plugged it directly into my computer, and the same buzzing came from my PC speakers. It's definitely coming from my guitar, but I have no idea what the problem is. Can anyone help me out?
#2
you might have to check the input jack to see if its loose or something
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#3
Feedback? o_O
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#4
the input of ur guitar of jack is comming off inside the guitar and its causing the buzzing...take it to a repair shop to fix it
#5
If it is only a soft buzz then it is probably just feedback, you tend to get quite a lot of feedback on single coil pickups, the bridge pickup in my squier causes quite a lot of feedback.
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#6
touch your strings. does the buzzing stop? if so, you have a bad ground.
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#7
Could be 60 hz AC num. Try moving your guitar cables away from any power bricks or surge protectors
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