#1
my strat has a problem... all 3 of the individual pups buzz when they are individually selected, nut not when 2 are combined... is there a grounding problem here? can i solve it with just sheilding the wires?
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#3
So I'm guessing they're single coils, they usually give off a lot of hum when you use high gain distortions. So are you using distortions or are they humming even when on clean.
Also, if you're playing near a computer, the guitar can start humming a lot when near a monitor
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#4
no distortion, just cleans... and it does it even when im not near a monitor
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#5
It's the fact that they're single coils, (i'm guessing, >.> they pick up a hum when alone, the reason you don't get buzz when the switch is in the 2 and 4 position is because the middle pickup is reverse wound, thus eliminating the hum in said positions.

The reason humbucking pickups were invented was, as the name implies, to buck the hum, to say, that single coils have. I have to know this cause I have a strat type guitar.