#1
Im getting a radio signal from my guitar when im playing...
I was practising one day... and then i heard someone talking(like a talkshow)... that was coming from my amp

it was really strange... anyone has/had the same problem? and does anyone know any solutions>?
#2
Was it raining/storming? That happens on a lot of solid state amps. Not sure if it happens on tube amps, it hasn't on mine.
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#3
i think its a grounding problem

don't quote me on that though
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#4
its the cord, my cord got f*cked up, so i added electical tape to the inside, and thta made the radio stations come in clearer.....get better cable thats really thick and durable
#5
I don't think it's a grounding or cable problem. I think it just happens on solid state amps. You can pick up radio signals on a lot of other things too.
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#6
ME TOO! ITS LIKE AN INDIAN CHANNEL

it comes outta the amp right?
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#8
It happens to me from time to time. Nothing to worry about really, just move your amp and you should be fine.
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#9
yea....my speakers interfere with my monitor and my amp....so its probably possible that a radio signal could interfere. if you move your amp a bit it should fix it....


i think i recalll a guy who had a neighbor's electric shocking dog collar interfere with his amp.
#10
Turn the knobs and try to change stations. Dial in a rock station and pretend to rock out.
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#11
FCC compliance rules. If its electronic, it has the possibilty of picking up radio waves.
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Apparently I'm on some list of people to listen to..?
#12
i live by a radio station and i only get a signal out of my computer speakers, and out of my little 30 watt amp.
#13
huh?that happens?hey cool,i wanna try it...how??
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#14
Quote by YoungPilgrim
Turn the knobs and try to change stations. Dial in a rock station and pretend to rock out.


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#15
It's late... and I might not be thinking straight... but have you actually opened up your amp to check there arn't people in there?
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#16
You sure that you dont have any somekind of probes in you? like in your anus...
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