#1
Alright, so i have an sg (epiphone) and it was working just dandy and then the sound would flick on and off, so now i have to like push the cord on the guitar to atleast get a feedback sound, if u know or have an idea to whats wrong i would appreciate it.
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check your lead, your amp, otherwise it's probably your input jack or pots
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#6
your cord sucks probably, wrong forum by the way

edit: what type of cord do you use? i've got one that does exactly what you speak of, something inside the cord is disconnected but because its cheap i can't go in and fix it
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#9
make sure the cord is intact, and get your pickups checked.

wrong thread anyways.

chord, or cord?
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mess around with your jacks.
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#11
The problem is that you're trying to use a chord instead of a cord, this simply won't do.
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doods, i tried screwing my pickups closer to the strings would that be the problem? but like the cord i JIGGLE it and i get a flicking sound LIKE BUZZ BUZZ
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Unscrew the input jack and recconnect the wires. You might want to soder them on.
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doods, i tried screwing my pickups closer to the strings would that be the problem? but like the cord i JIGGLE it and i get a flicking sound LIKE BUZZ BUZZ

Then the jack on your guitar is probably loose, it happens to me a lot.
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Unscrew the input jack and recconnect the wires. You might want to soder them on.

i had to do that to my bass....it sounds better than when i got it.....hmm should that tell me something?
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You know the little knob, next to the tone knob, the one that says volume? twist it until it starts making noise again. That should fix it.
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