#1
My guitar cable has been acting weird. At first I thought it was broken because I wasn't getting any sound. But then I found that if I pulled it slightly out of my guitar's input jack, and balanced it halfway so it wouldn't slide back in or out, that it would work fine! But if I bump it during playing, I get silence. Does anyone know why? I'm not sure if it's the cable or the guitar. Thanks so much for your help!!!!!!!!!
#3
yea its your cable.
if you get a new one youll see it make sound when its plugged in the right way.
#4
when your not playing your guitar ALWAYS unplug your chords. ive learned this the hard way and it used to do just what yours is. i ended up having to buy a new input jack..
#5
it's the input jack of your guitar
Dean ML79F w/ Dimarzio X2N
Peavey Star
Fender Sonoran
Fender CD 140S12

Quote by Jastul
if you want it to sound really dirty just rub some dirt on your amp...
#6
Sounds like you have a problem with your cable.


Seriously though, what CrazehSteve said.
Pick flowers not fights.
Make love not war.
Drop acid not bombs.

#7
Quote by dean_reaper
when your not playing your guitar ALWAYS unplug your chords. ive learned this the hard way and it used to do just what yours is. i ended up having to buy a new input jack..


happens faster than you think...
Dean ML79F w/ Dimarzio X2N
Peavey Star
Fender Sonoran
Fender CD 140S12

Quote by Jastul
if you want it to sound really dirty just rub some dirt on your amp...
#8
Quote by DimeDarrell666
it's the input jack of your guitar

Guitars don't have input jacks.
Fender USA Telecaster
Laney VC30-210
Vox Wah
That's it :|
#9
Quote by UpTheIrons!
Guitars don't have input jacks.


oh f*** my fault
Dean ML79F w/ Dimarzio X2N
Peavey Star
Fender Sonoran
Fender CD 140S12

Quote by Jastul
if you want it to sound really dirty just rub some dirt on your amp...