#1
It is not the amp because my Gibson is completely silent. It hums even if I turn the volume to 0. I get an interruption even if I touch the screws on the mounting ring. How can I fix it? I haven't even opened the backplate or tempered with the guitar so it's not my fault. Probably somtething wrong with the groundind? Please help!

Thanks!
#2
it could be the pick ups
not sure hoe to fix it, try getting new pick ups i the best advice i could give you, you can go to your local GC and ask a guitar repair employee and ask them about it, im sure they will know the problem and how to fix it
#3
Before you go changing the pickups, try the output jack. If the amp is humming with the volume on zero then it's not likely to be a problem with the pups, or electronics. I'd look at the jack and maybe the lead.
#5
is there a change in the humming when you touch a metal part on the guitar (i/e: the bridge)?
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#6
No, but there is a change when I touch the screws on the mounting rings.