#1
Hiya. I'm just starting to play guitar, so i have some pretty cheap stuff:

Squier Telecaster
Roland Cube Amp
Digitech RP350 Multi Effects Pedal
And some instrument cables (not monster)

So here's the problem, sometimes when i'm using a heavier distortion effect, or even a clean effect, and i strum heavily and alot, the amp will just seem to overload? It makes a very loud humming sound and i have to play with the instrument cable until it stops. What is the problem? is it my cable or amp or what?

THanks!
#4
no its the input jack, it got loose, or the wire needs to be fixed
EDIT: Happened to my Friends Fender
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#5
Could be instrument cable, but i would have the wireing in your guitar checked out as well. but more than likely cable
#7
Just got a monster cable.
Works beautifully now!
Just thought i'd let you all know!
#8
get a monster ^ wont regret. monsters, even the cheaper ones, give me no hum or buzz. input jack, just unscrew it and hold the back and the jack in
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