#1
My AL-2000 has developed a buzz through the amp in all pickup positions. I stops when I touch the strings or other metal part. I checked continuity with my DMM between strings and P/U covers, strings and back of pots, strings and input jack. All look good.

When I got the guitar 2 years ago I installed GFS Vintage '59 pickups, replaced all 4 pots with Alpha pots (1 original pot failed), and swapped in Orange Drop caps.

What else can I check?
Fender 60th Anniv MIM Strat (SD Little 59er Br)
Agile AL-2000 Rootbeer Flame (GFS Vtg '59)
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
GFS Chorus
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#2
Have you checked your cables?
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#3
Quote by Charvel1995
Have you checked your cables?


I did check, it does it with several different cables. I have decent cables, too, like Mogami (Silver) and Live Wires.

I don't see anything amiss in the cavity. Perhaps one of the pots or caps it going, I don't really know. Hopefully this thread turns up some ideas.
Fender 60th Anniv MIM Strat (SD Little 59er Br)
Agile AL-2000 Rootbeer Flame (GFS Vtg '59)
Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
GFS Chorus
DS-1
#4
Hmm, whenever I get a buzz with my instrument it's usually a cable gone bad.

The pots and caps are all clean I would assume.

Possibly something internally wrong with the amp?
Main Rig:

Epiphone MKH Les Paul Custom 7 - Ronda
Ibanez RG8 "Scarlet" - AKA The Rambanez
Fender Strat "Danielle"/"Dani"
Line 6 POD HD Pro
Randall XL 4x12

Come join us...

Purchase list: Jim Root Tele, Jim Root Jazzmaster, MTM20
#5
It's a grounding issue. Check all your connections and if it still buzzes, wrap copper shielding around all the cavities in the guitar.
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