#1
Ooook.


I have a Roland Cube 30X and a Whammy IV, and when I had finished practicing, I took out the mains adapter for the whammy pedal while the amp was on, and there was like a hiss and the amp had a guy talking through it for like 5 seconds each time I plugged and unplugged it after that.


This is the only time this has happened... Is there something about amps that make them pick up radio frequencies?
Gear.

Ibanez Iceman IC400.

And Daron Malakians custom triangle pick.



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#7
I had an apartment uptown and when we would jam out up there at night for some reason everytime I stopped playing I would get country music coming through my vintage sears silvertone half stack, but only at night and only with that amp
#8
I think that's usually due to low quality cables.
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#9
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Exercise that amp!



Fixed.


It's probably getting lazy.
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#11
by a talk box, and play/speak the lords prayer into the amp full blast.
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#12
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ur gunna need a **** load of holy water


that won't solve anything; what good is a wet amp!?!?



Your amp is picking up radio frequencies. It can sometimes happen, and it's damn funny especially if it's a foreign station or some religious station.

Nothing scares the **** out of you more than playing some Dying Fetus or Deicide, then stopping and hearing "May God's Grace be upon thee!"