#1
well you know that constant humming sound you get out of amps when your not playing? yeah, well when i touch any of the metal hadware on my guitar ( screws, switch, ECT) the sound pretty much completely goes away but only when I touch it . like tape or anything like that doesnt stop it. so is this normal? or do i have a grounding problem or something? thanks
#2
Yeah that happened to me i just completely re-soldered all the wires.
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#3
yeah well i have a strat so yeah lol, plus when i got my new pickups i paid the guitar tech to wire it all so it should be good.
#5
I thought that was supposed to happen, that's why your strings are grounded. It uses your body as a shield against hum?
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#6
so i cant make it to where the ound is down always? its onyl when i tocuh my input or the switch
#9
Maybe they aren't grounded. Check that theres a wire going from the spring claw in the back of the guitar to the back of the volume pot.
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#10
wow you were right, the solder on the trem had broken off. cool i just gotta borrow a soldering iron. thanks man