#1
Hey guys i got my new epiphone vintage g-400 yesterday and there is a little buzz not coming from the frets, but out of my amp. any ideas? btw the strings on it are pretty old since its new
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#3
my lead? what?
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#5
what is a lead
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#7
o well u should have said so... ok so should i get a new cable then, this one is like 2 years old
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#9
its just buzzing on random notes, and when i turn the volume off, i hear no buzz coming from the fretboard
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#11
ya i just got it yesterday, but i mean i cant hear ne buzz coming from the frets, its all from the amp
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#13
It could also be a problem with your amp. Is it mostly high notes that buzz or just random ones?
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#14
Does it buzz when you don't play notes? (with no sound suppressor plugged into the amp)
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