#1
I've bought a Peavey Blazer 158.

When I was trying this amp at the guitar store, it doesn't have any buzzing sound and I was very satisfied with the sound.

But this amp started to create buzzing sound when I use it in my room.

Any idea what happened? And how to solve this problem?

Thanks.
Quote by JackFlash19
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#3
OK, thers plenty of reasons why it might be buzzing.

1. You bought a cheap and probably 'made in korea' solid state amp, the quality will generally be shit

2. Your leads may be a bit on edge, try some new leads.

3. Try different pickup positions on your guitar.

4.Stand further away from your amp to reduce feedback.

5.It will buzz if your near electrical items like TV's or computers.

6.The amp might not be earthed properly.

Hope this helped!
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#4
yeah, keep away from electrical stuff (tvs, computers etc.). invest in a noise gate?
#5
ic! my amp is just right under my com. lol.
and yeah, it's a cheap amp. even worse is, made in china.

thanks all. i'll try the solutions you provided. ^_^
Quote by JackFlash19
A musician will work through bad gigs, rough relationships with bandmates, disagreements, and the like to further the success of the band.
#6
got a new line 6 amp with a built-in noise gate, and that solved all of my problems

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