#1
when i turn my mg100dfx marshall up only even to about 4 o clock i get i buzzing when nothing is being played, is it a pedal i am running through, or is it just something that marshalls do?
#2
wellll, what pedals are you running through it?
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#3
behringer auto wah, behringer hellbabe wah and a pearl distortion
#4
if you got a lot of things plugged into the same plug board it can cause buzzing sometimes and occassionally general household appliances can cause some buzz
#7
I used to get this all the time when I had that amp. I'm not entirely sure but I think it's most likely that the transistors are having to work harder than normal. Generally speaking Solid-State amps like the MG aren't designed to be cranked, they are more for practice volumes.

As the old saying goes, the louder you turn a solid state amp up, the worse it'll sound. The louder you turn a tube amp up, the better it'll sound.
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#8
Try it with no pedals. Then try each pedal by itself. Still not doing it? Try the different combinations.
Do some fault finding, man.

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#9
Quote by Cathbard
Try it with no pedals. Then try each pedal by itself. Still not doing it? Try the different combinations.
Do some fault finding, man.


Exactly. Be logical about things.

Plug your guitar directly into the amp without pedals etc. Still buzzing? Use a different cable. Still buzzing? Use a different guitar....etc etc