#1
so basically, i have a problem with my guitars input. i put in the cable and i always get hums or wht=atever it is when your guitar isnt plugged in, ive tried this on several different amps and ive gotten the same result. whats wrong with guitars hardware? is a wire cut up or something? how could i fix it?
#3
its a schecter c1 006 jackblack model. im sorry im not sure how old it is as i i bought it used last year
#4
so basically, i have a problem with my guitars input. i put in the cable and i always get hums or wht=atever it is when your guitar isnt plugged in, ive tried this on several different amps and ive gotten the same result. whats wrong with guitars hardware? is a wire cut up or something? how could i fix it?


I know this is nitpicky, but sorry I must...

A guitar doesn't have an INput....It has an OUTput. Your AMP has the INput...

Sorry, couldn't help myself.


Anyway, yes sounds like a loose ground wire or something on either the Output jack or the tone/volume pots.

Could also be a bad cable, try a different cable..Or a pedal in your chain, are you plugging direct to the amp? If not, do so for testing..

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Last edited by jonmo1 at Sep 15, 2009,
#5
yes!! thts it its a loose ground wire! and thanks for the correction. how can i repair the ground wire?
#6
Soldering Iron my friend.

If you've never used one before, practice on an old transistor radio, or any electronic piece of crap you don't care about anymore..

2001 Ernie Ball Music Man Axis Super Sport
2001 MIM Standard Strat
Peavey Classic 30 112 Combo.
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