#1
Ok, so I have an Epiphone SG, and on it there is a rhythm/treble switch. Whenever I switch it(like from treble to rhythm or rhythm to treble) the sound gets cut off in the amp. After strumming a little the sound finally comes back. Now I know it's not the cable because I just bought a new one and its doing the same thing. Is it the guitar or the amp(Line 6 Spider III 15)? Any advice on what to do?
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Epiphone Limited Edition '66 G-400 SG
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#3
How long have you had the guitar? I've got a gibson explorer that had faulty wiring, that might be your problem. If you're not afraid, i'd play surgeon and see if anything is up with your guitar's wiring
#4
If it's really a custom shop SG I doubt that the wiring is your problem... try it on a different amp first, then if it has the same problem, you should take it in to a tech.
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#5
Dodgy wiring, take it to a tech or electrician,
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^He said it was an Epiphone SG not a custom shop SG


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#8
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ok nvm lol. But still is problem seems like faulty wiring.