#1
hey i've got a problem! my pickup buzzes but most of the buzzing goes away when i touch the strings or something metal on the guitar. could this be a grounding problem? if so, how do i fix it?

it still buzzes a bit even when i do this, does anyone know why? could this be remedied with adjusting the pickup closer to/further from the strings?

ps it is a humbucker

thanks in advance
Ibanez RG321MH - Weathered Black with an SD Invader in the bridge
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#2
Sounds like a grounding problem to me. Maybe a cold soldering joint. I would say something in your wiring is F'ed in the A. Methinks you screwed something up installing it. Got pics?
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#3
Quote by Dirk Gently
Sounds like a grounding problem to me. Maybe a cold soldering joint. I would say something in your wiring is F'ed in the A. Methinks you screwed something up installing it. Got pics?


thanks. i'll take some pics of underneath the pickguard tomorrow
Ibanez RG321MH - Weathered Black with an SD Invader in the bridge
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#4
Grounding wire problems usually root from the back opening where the knobs and wiring root are, if I'm not mistaken. Though I probably am.
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#5
there is no back opening on my guitar, it is a strat
Ibanez RG321MH - Weathered Black with an SD Invader in the bridge
Orange Crush 10 watt