#1
Okay so my guitar is like vibrating. I stop playing and it like vibrates out of control. I have to like cover the pickup. Any ideas of what's going on??
#5
Your guitar is supposed to vibrate, the sound you hear is the vibration of your strings picked up by the magnets in your pickups and then amplified.
#6
ok i'll explain this scientificly the amplifier is sending out sounwaves that are low freequences. if you put your guitar near it the sound waves will vibrate the guitar i get all the time
#7
Feedback methinks. Does the guitar start making either a humming noise or a high pitched squealing? If so its feedback.
#8
or maybe it could be unwanted rattle due to loose parts
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#9
i played my DSL50 at 4 volume today and EVERYTHING vibrated... my mandolin, my brother's Xbox 360, my speakers, my ceiling.

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#10
that's not the problem.. the neck is like shaking and it makes the vibrating
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#11
Hmm, what kind of guitar do you have? If it's a bolt-on neck then it's possible the neck isn't screwed in tightly enough, causing it to rattle.