#1
I have a Marshall DSL50 and 1960A cab.

It's picking up a radio signal from somewhere. It freaks me out actually when it's just me in the basement haha

Is there a way to fix it? The NS-2 blocks it somewhat

Thanks.
#2
I had the same problem, I thought it was coming from one of my pedals... DSL 50, but different cab.
Since I changed the cords between the pedals, no more creepy german voices coming through my amp.

Pretty weird shit, freaked me out as well
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#5
Usta have that happen. Coulda been the 2 million watt FM station tower only three miles away! Try shortening/lengthening the lead. Try a different power supply/octolet with surge/filter. Turn the amp to face in different direction, ala' AM radio tuning

I found it was my guitar, also. I ended up doing all listed above and the only way it would stop was to use a separate ground on the guitar! I sold it soon after and never got to finish that install, so the point was moot.
#6
yes, as has been mentioned, this could be different things. the usual culprit seems to be guitar pups though. a separate ground for the guitar is very effective, also lining internal cavities with a thick foil helps cut out disturbances. if you are at a gig and this happens (radio, a TV remote, the bar's blender all can make unwanted noises) then sometimes changing you immediate positioning on stage will help quell unwanted noise until a more permanent solution can be reached.

overall, it is not something i really worry about.
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