#1
I hooked up my guitar to one of my amps for the first time for a while. Out of no where a wierd buzzy noise will to go when ever I either stoped playing or when I have my amps loud enough. I tryed my guitar on both of my amps and I get the sound and I didnt get the sound a month ago, and no it's nope fret buzz.

Am I getting the wierd buzzy noise (not fret buzz) from my cables or am I getting it from my guitar?
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#2
If your guitar has single coils, it's your guitar. But it could be equally be your cable. Try out different cables you have...
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#3
that happenes to me too, for me its something with electricity i think. when i plug the amp into a different plug it works.
#4
It could be white noise, like if you point your guitar towards a TV it'll hum. Make sure you turn off all electronics except for record devices and lighting.
#5
It happens when I touch my ipod or computer or something, not to mention I have old school single coils. Not those noiseless ones.
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#6
I tryed both of my cables and I still get the noise, if it helps my guitar has a humbucker pickup and that's it.
Maybe I should save up for a Fender or Squire. All I have is a crapy First act lol
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#7
Is it possible that you have a loose wire on inside of Input Jack?

how hard is it for you to get inside your guitar and take a look? Is it shielded well inside as well. Check solder joints on HB while you are in there.

have you tried a different power outlet - one that doesn't have anything else hooked up?
#8
I dont think I can even get to the humbucker. I checked and all of the wires for the jack and non of them are loose. The only way I think I can get to it is by taking out the neck or rase it untell it falls out.
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#9
its probally just feedback
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I tryed both of my cables and I still get the noise, if it helps my guitar has a humbucker pickup and that's it.
Maybe I should save up for a Fender or Squire. All I have is a crapy First act lol


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