#1
It's not working and whenever i touch the strings or the bridge it makes a static sounding noise. My friend told me it was grounded, but i have no idea what to do.

I have an Epiphone Thunderbird, if anyone is familiar with the design of all of the things on/in it. Help would be appreciated. (I'm desperate for help lol).

If you can help, thanks. If you can't help well, thanks anyways for taking the time to look.
#2
*sigh* I'm just going to ignore the fact its a T-Bird.

Anyway, your friend may be "somewhat" correct, it may be a grounding issue, but it will be that it isn't grounded.

Just open up the back & see if there are any loose wires, if so it will need to be soldered back on.

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#3
Yeah^^ what he said. Your bass is not grounded properly or not at all.
http://alexplorer.net/guitar/basics/grounding.html
this might help

Edit:
Seeing as its a bass you would instead ground to the bridge i believe.(?)
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