#1
Edit: Out of town, don't bother replying.. ;p
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#3
ya, ur best bet would be to take it to your local guitar shop and have them look at it.
#4
I'd rather not get talked into something where I'd have to pay a ridiculous amount. :P Can anyone else help me out?
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#5
I know it may seem like an improbable solution, but what about your output jack on your bass? You might have a bad output jack, and then interference the output is having with the quarter-inch cord may be giving off that buzz.

Another unlikely scenario, but you could possibly be using a bad cord. If you've been using a different cord each time and getting the same results, it could be the output jack.
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#6
^ I would have said it was the output jack too, i always used to get that problem on this really crappy bass i bought but then i changed the jack and it was fine.
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#7
Thanks a lot, Gray. I have to go in a few minutes and won't be back for a few weeks.. if someone could lock this that'd be great. I'll check out what you said, thanks again.
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- JBT