#1
I got this Gibson DG335 semi hollow that sounds amazing when the freakin thing isn't humming. Since I got a JVM 410H things have gotten worse. Any time I'm using one of the two OD channels, even at pretty low volumes, the thing hums. I've tried playing it in different spots of my house, walking as far away as my long ass cord will take me, etc... The only thing that works is taking the volume on the guitar down to about 5. What would you guys do? Can I have insulation put in the guitar to cover the exposed wires? There's gotta be a way to play this thing dirty...
#3
Ebtech Hum Eliminator

or

Boss NS-2

Thank me later.
'62 Fender Jazzmaster (w/ Seymour Duncn Antq. II's)
PRS McCarty 20th Anniversary Rosewood Artist
Gibson SG '61 Custom Shop VOS
Ernie Ball Music Man JP6 w/ Piezo
Ibanez PGM301

Amps:
Mesa Boogie Single Rect-o-Verb Combo
Vox AC30CC2X
#4
The humming sounds like a shielding problem or maybe power supply. You would think the Gibson is fully shielded, but check. Make sure you are using a high quality guitar cord. Just guesses but hope this helps.