#1
There's an annoying hum my amp makes when my guitar is plugged in. I don't know if it was there before I just know it's annoying. Did some wiring go bad or is this normal?
#2
Are you using distortion?
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#3
Tube amp or solid-state? Model?
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#4
Does it only happen when your guitar is plugged in? Do you use effects? Are you touching the strings?
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#5
Marshall MG30DFX. Playing a Jackson WRMG with EMGs. 75% of the humming goes away when I take the battery out or switch to the clean channel. I'm not playing anything, the guitar is just sitting there plugged in. No effects, doesn't matter if I'm touching strings or not
#6
Might need a new battery, don't leave the guitar plugged in when you're not playing it, that will drain the crap out of your batteries.
Oh, an MG, you're going to get a lot of buzzing if you turn it up too high, it's a solid state amp and they're not at their best when cranked.
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Fender Jazz Bass
1967 Fender Coronado Bass II
Warwick Star Bass
Squier Precision Bass TB
#7
Its the amp. Its a crappy SS amp with bad distortion, and the fact that you're using EMGs isnt helping anything. Actives sound miles better with a tube amp. Save up for a new amp.

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