#1
My guitar today just made some wierd poping sound and now i cant get any sound to come out wtf.Does anyone know whats going on i think my pickups are ****ed up.
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#2
Fried electrics? Have you checked everything? Have you checked anything? I'm no tech, but I think you might (key word might) be able to figure it out by looking at the electronics
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#3
maybe a wire connection came apart somewhere. open it up and CAREFULLY look around. if thats the case the saudering the wire(s) to where they need to be is all you need to do.
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#5
depends on where they are. for example, on one of my guitars, the wire that connects to the jack came apart, a quick sauder and it worked fine again. if your really unsure, DO NOT TRY TO JUST WING IT!!!! take it to a musical instrument repair shop. any guitar center will do, if you have one of those close by
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#6
Quote by ironman606
how do i know where they need to be?


Open it up, turn on the amp, plug the guitar in, and touch the wire at possible locations from where you think it could have come off. There is no big voltage inside the guitar and so you cannot fry anything or get electrocuted. But keep the volume on the amp low. You might hurt your ears or blow up the speakers (hmm, maybe not sure) if you touch the wires at the wrong place and a loud noise comes out or something.

BUt the best method is to take it to a guitar tech.

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#7

BUt the best method is to take it to a guitar tech. /QUOTE]


truer words were never said lol
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#8
Quote by emperor_black

BUt the best method is to take it to a guitar tech. /QUOTE]


truer words were never said lol
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