#1
hi guys,
i am new to these forum.
i am a novice guitarist, i have got 3 guitars:
a freshman acoustic electric
a pure tone start relic
and a EROS les paul relic which i have change the pickups to kent armstrong
humbucking pickups.
my amp is a MARSHALL MG30DFX

MY PROBLEM IS WHENEVER I CONNECT ANY OF THE ELECTRIC ( EITHER THE START OR LES PAUL) I GET AUDIO NOISE AND EVEN WORST OF I TURN ON THE DISTORTION PEDAL.
IT DISAAPEAR IF I TOUCH THE METAL BIT OF THE GUITAR CABLE.
IF I CONNECT MY ELECTRO-ACOUSTIC GUITAR IT DOESNT MAKE ANY NOISE...
I HAVE CHECK THE BACK OF THE AMP FOR GROUNDING IT LOOKS OK.
CHANCE THE CABLES BUT STILL MAKES THE NOISE. THE NOISE DONT DISAPPEAR IF I TOUCH THE STRINGS ONLY IF A TOUCH THE METAL BIT OF THE CABLE.
PLEASE NEED HELP I AM REALLY DESPERATE.
THANKS.http:
#2
Sounds like a grounding issue.
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#3
woah man
caps much?
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#4
thanks for replying guys...any suggestions about my grounding issue.
sorry about my caps man.
#5
Get the grounding on the guitars checked.
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#7
Hmm, I'd say yes, but if it's both guitars, then either they're both badly grounded, or it's more likely something else. Cheap cables can sometimes be to blame.
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#8
i must say i git cheap cables. ill buy a decent cables today. any suggestion??
ill start with the cables if this diesnt help illhave the guitar checked.
like you profile pics superslasher im a great fan of kurt too.
neways thanks for the reply everyone.
#9
Guys, he is saying he has lots of buzzing and his amp is a MG, do you guys see any similarities here?
MG is a buzz machine, get a new amp and your buzzing issue will be fixed.

PLUS YOU DON'T HAVE TO USE CAPITALS, ITS REALLY ANNOYING AND HARD TO FACKING READ!!!
#10
sure man.
so u thinks its the mg....
neways if im on a budget what amps would you reccomend a decent amp?
#13
Didn't see the amp, my eyes were SUDDENLY DIVERTED BY THE CAPITALS!!!

Anywho, is the problem recent, or has it always been there?
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#14
there is something wrong with your keyboard cus theres all these capital letters everywhere. you should really fix that first before fixing anything else.
#16
i wouldnt.

anyway i dont think the TS problem is the MG in this case. it might be what i can only assume is extremely piss-poor and sub-par wiring on the guitars. with such well known and fanciful household names such as eros and pure tone i can only assume the wiring is crap and the pickups are worse (except in the case of the kent armstrongs where i'm sure they're fine but the rest of the wiring isnt)
#17
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thanks for replying guys...any suggestions about my grounding issue.
sorry about my caps man.


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