#1
I bought a Washburn a couple months ago, it's been playing fine until earlier today when I switched the strings, when I pick it up I get this buzz that goes away when I lightly push the input jack in, I don't think it's the wires, I opened the back and checked it out, and a couple weeks ago I got it fixed at a store.

SO here's the problem exactly.
I pluck the e string and my guitar stops buzzing until the sound dies, then I pluck my E string or A string and the guitar buzzes, drowning out the notes.
Any ideas why this is happening?
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#2
it sounds like its not properly grounded... check the soldiering joints on the input and the ground from the bridge
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#3


check the two wires to the jack, see if they are connected.
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Quote by JJ1565
check the two wires to the jack, see if they are connected.



Yep, we checked that and later today I'm thinking of re saudering it.
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#5
well yeah, if they arent connected correctly, then solder them.
Jenneh

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