#1
I Recently got a RC-120. It makes a slightly annoying hum. some people have said this is normal, others say grounding issues. its tolerable but I want to make sure its not an issue. any thoughts?
#2
On the JC120's i've played i've always heard a slight hum. It usually is 60hz hum from the electrical supply.

If it gets "unbearble" then it might be a grounding issue on the guitar
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#4
first you should eliminate other possible outside issues.

move the amp to a different location.
use a different cable, no pedals,
a different guitar.


see if anything changes the hum volume.
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#5
My JC120 head just had that problem but then i realized that the dude that had it before me pulled the ground prong of of the power supply.
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Check that. But if you have one of the newer combos and you've tried everything, the new combos have an fx loop. I'd toss a noise suppressor of some kind in there.