#1
So, I searched and came up with nothing.

Well, I usually leave my input jack in my guitar when I'm not playing. Will this hurt my guitar, and if it does, how can i fix this?
#2
Don't know for sure but I highly doubt it. I leave my cable in because constantly putting it in / taking it out works the nut loose* on my guitar.

*Just me or did that sound kind of sleazy. Shouldn't be posting at 4am
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#4
If you have passives, it's fine. I actually do it. I'm ALWAYS unplugging it, then going over 10 minutes later to play it. When i'm on a good day (when I want to play all the time), I just leave my amp in standby and play it 40 minutes at a time.
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#5
It wont do anything......what the hell in the first place made you think it would? If you have active pups it could drain your battery.
#6
Alright, thanks. I've always wondered if it did. Now I know, so thanks.