#3
Um...maybe get a new amp? New guitar?

Check to make sure you don't have any effects turned on?
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#4
hmm...
I'm thinking that it's the action on the guitar...
maybe it's too low and the string are slightly touching the frets next to where
you are fretting hence the loud piercing noise...
the solution for that (if it's the action) is to raise it a little bit...
just to get that hum out...
#5
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hmm...
I'm thinking that it's the action on the guitar...
maybe it's too low and the string are slightly touching the frets next to where
you are fretting hence the loud piercing noise...
the solution for that (if it's the action) is to raise it a little bit...
just to get that hum out...

the string just broke before i read this

oh well
#6
wah?
oh well...
just try to play it w/o plugging in to the amp and see if
there are humming in any fret... and the adjustment depends on the place
of hum...

if the hum is on the far end on the 1st fret or anywhere near that...
the truss rod is the one needs adjustment

if the hum is near the 12th fret or higher then the bridge is the way to adjust...