#1
hey guys i know this has probably been asked a million times but my problem is a lil weird. i have a buzz noise but it only goes away if i touch the jack plate, i took the plate out and checked the wires and it all seems to be fine, its a brand new jackson rr24xt
Last edited by Screamin_Demon at Mar 12, 2012,
#2
you've got a bad ground cold solder joint would be my guess
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#3
i have the same problem. My tech ****ed up my Gibson Les Paul when changing pickups and i cant fix it cos i don't own a soldering iron.
I brought it back one, i made it 10x worse. I brought it back again and now it's back to how it was the first time i brought it back.

I'm really dissappointed cos i really want to get some bare knuckle pickups but i don't trust him not to **** them up.
#4


remove the jack, see if both wires are connected.
if they are loose, or one is off then solder it back on.

Also make sure your guitar cable is good.
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#5
Quote by TheDuckMajor
i have the same problem. My tech ****ed up my Gibson Les Paul when changing pickups and i cant fix it cos i don't own a soldering iron.
I brought it back one, i made it 10x worse. I brought it back again and now it's back to how it was the first time i brought it back.

I'm really dissappointed cos i really want to get some bare knuckle pickups but i don't trust him not to **** them up.


A soldering iron costs like $10.
#6
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