#1
So, me and my mate are soldering up a guitar at the minute. (Squier Telecaster Custom) And there's this massive humming sound on the bridge pickup. We thought it was earthing/grounding obviously. But when we slightly nudge the switch. The humming goes away. So what could we do to solve this problem?

Muchos Thanks, Tom
#2
could still be a loose ground wire. you need to check those connections.
from bridge pup to switch, ground pool.

also, squier swtiches are if-y. so make sure contacts are being made as it switches.
Jenneh

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#3
have done, theyre all there and we've had it in bits for ages touching stuff trying to earth things.

i think it might be the switch tbh

EDIT - It's a new switch, too
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#4
well it's possible, ive had to bend metal parts to get better connections before. even on new switches.
Jenneh

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#6
^ Well it theory, it's basically a Les Paul wiring layout (2 vol/2 tone/3 way) And it's a 3 way switch like on a LP or SG, not the 3 way blade switch like on regular Tele's.