#1
On my Ibanez rg350ex when it's plugged in and not playing i hear a loud buzz noises i was wondering what this is from? and how to stop it? as it is quite annoying
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Last edited by violencekid9 at May 21, 2010,
#2
EDIT: completely miss read your post sorry.


it could be that you need to check the shielding in your control cavity, or make sure your amp isnt too near your tele or laptop, or any un shielded wiring...

isolate the problem, it could even be a duff lead.

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#4
Is there a cheaper alternative ? I'm kinda broke =[
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#5
Quote by violencekid9
Is there a cheaper alternative ? I'm kinda broke =[

Oh, i understand that... just try saving up, or try getting used to it.
#6
Is there anyway to at least lessen the noise?
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#7
You can shield the control cavity in your guitar. It's either hum from using a single coil or just an unshielded cavity altogether.
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#8
Sometimes, a cheap cable can cause problems. Especially if the shielding isn't all that good on it.
#9
i think all my controls are under the pickguard on the back there is just the cavity for the springs and how would i shield it??
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Last edited by violencekid9 at May 21, 2010,
#10
Face perpendicular, or at a 60-120 degree angle to your amp instead of directly facing it or facing directly away from it. Should help a lot if it's pickup noise you're talking about.
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