#1
Whenever I play past 5 volume on my MG, there's this buzzing/rattling noise that comes from it. Help on removing?

Thanks.

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#2
(before anyone else says it)

remove the MG and you will remove the problem.

no, really. it's a well-known characteristic of the amp, it buzzes. a lot. no matter what. enjoy.
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#3
Lol...
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#5
Quote by Sid McCall

no, really. it's a well-known characteristic of the amp, it buzzes. a lot. no matter what. enjoy.


Some do it more than others, the MG probably does it the most.
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#6
especially if you have a smaller amp and you crank it. i had the same problem on my 15 watt Fender when i cranked it
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#7
Quote by HyperBoy2519
especially if you have a smaller amp and you crank it. i had the same problem on my 15 watt Fender when i cranked it


noticed that on my crate palimino. Dunno why it does it though.
#8
Tighten the speaker to the frame. Add's structural stability, should help a little...
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#10
Quote by Flyingwhitey182
Tighten the speaker to the frame. Add's structural stability, should help a little...


Tried it, doesn't work.
#11
Quote by Thomaslikespigs
i assumed you've checked for the obvious things such as a cheap or worn cord.

Of course.

Looks like a lot of amps do it, so I guess this thread's moot.

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#12
you can swap the speaker. pretty cheap for a much better tone.
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#13
actually it probably has nothing to do with the amp or speakers in it. it has to do with ur pickup selector. when only one pickup is being used it makes a buzzing noise. but when two r used it "bucks the hum" like humbuckers. just switch the selector to where no noise comes out and then adjust ur tone controls to get ur old tone back
#14
This isn't noise this is a rattling probably more like to be with the speaker or structural stabillity
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