#1
Everytime i plug my guitar into my amp it makes a loud buzzing sound. I know its not my amp becuase i tried my brothers guitar and it works fine. I dont know whats wrong with it. What should i do?
#2
are you using a single coil guitar? if so you might be picking up some other electronic's signals, i think that'd make it buzz
#3
you might have some loose wires inside the guitar. similar thing happened to me about a month ago, as soon as i opened up the electronics panel on my les paul, I found that the wire that goes to the jack wasnt connected to the pickup wires. wiggling the wires until they had a normal sound and then soldering them made the guitar work again.
#4
don't stand so close to the amp man. I bet that's your problem.
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#5
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you might have some loose wires inside the guitar. similar thing happened to me about a month ago, as soon as i opened up the electronics panel on my les paul, I found that the wire that goes to the jack wasnt connected to the pickup wires. wiggling the wires until they had a normal sound and then soldering them made the guitar work again.


That could be it, but i dont have the means to solder. What do you suggest i do?
#6
no, I can put my pickups right next to my amp and it doesn't happen. You probably have a short in your jack.
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#7
I tried everything. It must be something wrong with my guitar. I plugged my guitar into my bro's amp: same buzz. I plugged my bro's guitar in my amp and it worked fine. I switched cords, i turned down all the knobs. Nothings working.
#8
without soldering, i suppose you could just tie the wires together, but make sure that you tie them in a position that they work. I'd recommend doing this with the guitar plugged in and the amp on, so you know that the wires are in a good spot before you tie them. This wouldnt be too permanent of a fix, I wouldn't think though, try to see if any friend or relative would have soldering capabilities, as that would keep the wires in place much better than tying them.