#1
Ok... so I forgot my YAMAHA EG-112 wiring when I was fixing a broken wire and put a pic on the body...(I'll post my guitar next time)

I based the wiring on this. I remember some parts of this wiring matched my guitar's.

Ok, then, Im finished... so I put a single string to test it. the guitar sounds well until...

I switched on my amps dist and then I hear this buzzing(grounded like) sound every time my hand gets off the metal parts(tremolo, strings)
I dunno whats wrong... its annoying ... you need to "wire" your hand to any metal part to get the buzzing sound off. The buzz is louder than the sound by 30%

what should I do? Is there something wrong with my wiring? or do I need to change the capacitor inside bcoz I made a mod of the wiring setup? (my cap has this code: 2A473J)
please help!!!
#3
Try adjusting the flux capacitor to get it on level with the aratostat carbine pending gear srry, I'm bored as ****, don't take that seriously.
#6
Quote by denzaru
... you need to "wire" your hand to any metal part to get the buzzing sound off.

It's a simple solution, really. Just solder your hand to the bridge.


But seriously, did you check if there's a ground wire that needs to be soldered onto the trem claw?