#2
It sounds kinda like a synthesizer.
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#3
Open up the output jack (for that is its name), check the wires are all connected right. If they're not, rectify this.
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#4
take it to a local dealer and get it checked out. messing with it yourself may just cause more damage.
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#5
I'm not sure that this problem should be narrowed down to just your jack... It sounds more like some strange combinations of sound processing to me. Rather strange. Or some strange interfearance, generally jack problems a sudden cut out or a constant buzzing noise which you can't hear any guitar sounds over. Do you have other guitars to try your amp with?
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#6
Yeah, other guitars work fine with my amp. To record this I plugged my guitar directly into my Macbook + Garageband. This happens on both my three amps and my Mac.
#7
This could be a number of problems I suppose. Have you noticed any of your potentiometers or your pickup switch making craclking noises a lot before this? (just out of interest)

I would take it to a music shop or someone who knows thier stuff.
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#8
That humming in the beginning definitely sounds like an output jack problem. If it's a strat, just unscrew the screws around it and look at it. If it's not a strat then I would take it in. Or look at the input jack on your amp- that could also be where the problem is.
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#9
wiring or matbe your cable sucks. couldn't listen to the sound clip
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check the wires like strat said.

if not then swap ur guitar cable.
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#11
^^How many times do you find yourself having to post that pic on an average day, Jen?
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#12
after christmas it was almost a couple times a day.

i think most everyone got the idea by now.
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#13
All the wires appear to be connected properly... I'm not sure what to do. Should I just buy another jack? Would that solve the problem?
#14
if both wires are connected then swap ur guitar cable. thats a common problem too.
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