#1
Hi guys.

I've got an Ibanez RGR321EX : http://www.guitarampkeyboard.com/en/71827

Recently ive been getting a load of fuzz/hiss/hum just straight from the guitar to the amp when it the guitar is overdriven. Only on the bridge pickup but when i crank the tone, it increases the amount off fuzz. If i touch a string or the bridge, or even the jack lead on the metal part, it stops it a bit.

The guitar is ex-demo, but in the shop it had no unwanted fuzz whatsoever.
Im taking it back to the shop to see if i can get it repaired, but i was hoping any of you guys would have an idea?

Soon i am hoping to swap the "designed by EMG" pickups with a 60 and an 85 EMG.

Please reply if you have an idea to what the problem could be.

I have tried my guitar with another lead, and i have tried my amp with another guitar and it still leaves me clueless.

Cheerss
xxxx
Ryan

Guitars:
Ibanez RGR321EX
Squier Telecaster Custom II

Amp:
Marshall MG100DFX
#2
does anyone actually reply to threads on here?
Ryan

Guitars:
Ibanez RGR321EX
Squier Telecaster Custom II

Amp:
Marshall MG100DFX
#3
Okay, sounds like a grounding issue because it stops humming when you touch the strings, its common and easily fixed.

If that isnt the problem, was it humming/fizz when you first got it home? if it wasnt and its just suddenly changed, have you made any alterations in your set-up? (new pedal/lead etc)
#5
i think it might be grounding as you said as my set up is just the same, cheers guys
Ryan

Guitars:
Ibanez RGR321EX
Squier Telecaster Custom II

Amp:
Marshall MG100DFX