#1
big prob.. i dove in so far and never got a chance to fit in..
as i learn and play i encounter new sounds... now i have this to work with..
its old.. very old... bad feedback when i connect it and bad feedback in general since i started.. i know it needs new pots but is it me or my amp? the amp is a Kustom, newer version...
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#2
wat.

Try to clean up the post.
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#3
clean..? uhh.. when i connect it, and it delevers a bad hiss.. same with the rest of my guitars, but this ones worse... its bad, and intolerable... i turned myT.V. off but it stays constant.. is that posting?
#4
Maybe it's the cable your using to plug the guitar onto the amp? Have you tried other cables?
#5
And does the noise change when you touch the strings?
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#6
yes, 6' 12' etc.. im starting to think its how i use the amp.. but how can i **** up a sound that this thing i supposed to make when its on paper?!? ok.. i know that there are limits, but when i hook this damn thing up, everything goes to shit.... i hope it isnt something so minute as a ground wire.. thatll make my day!
#7
i jus got it(the guitar).. using medium gauge nickle strings.. i think its the amp... ?
Last edited by sluggs at Jul 5, 2010,
#8
i just FOUND the guitar.. SORRY, AND YES, i tried 6' 12' cables, i really think the perpatrator is the amp.. =/.. yes, i get the decrecions with the palms but it still resonances..
Last edited by sluggs at Jul 5, 2010,
#9
Does the same happen with other guitars on that amp and cable? Probably not.
What guitar is that? Looks like a 70s or 80s SG-like thing. If I'm right, most had terrible pickups that would howl any time you turned the volume up a tad. Might be the picture but to my eyes that action looks about 1/2 inch. A careful setup, check of wiring etc might help and should be done anyway, but probably a pickup change would be the best cure, if all else checks out.
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#10
its a Global Lurchur, if you can tell me about her much love.. and your right.. grrr! sounds like *****... but your checkout got cheeked.. =/