I plug my seven string (Washburn WG-587) into my small Fender practice amp (which is all I really have guitarwise in my college dorm room) on a regular basis and it usually doesn't give me much trouble. But yesterday I plug in, turn my amp on and it makes this godawful buzzing noise that kills the sustain of any note I tried to play. I touched my cable, and tried to bend it and the noise seemed to disappear. Let go, it came back again.

I suspect it might be a grounding problem, but I am not completely sure. So if anyone could tell me what the problem is (who's had this type of problem before) and how to fix it, that would be a big help.
First make sure all the connections on your jack are good. Also make sure the jack is tight.
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Quote by DarkValo666
Pretty obvious. Either your jack or the cable is broken.


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