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#1 fishrman13

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Posted 11 December 2013 - 06:51 PM

Got an older Vetta have had two this one started humming on high

gain channels after player a chord or note and muting I have read this

problem on forums, payed $100 for an authorized service center

to check it out and nothing was found, It did not do it on my

other vetta and I have bought a new Les Paul and the most

expensive cords I could find ( monster )  Any clues?

Its only on the high gain super metal channels?


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#2 DickFoster

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Posted 12 December 2013 - 09:48 AM

What kind of pickups on your guitar. Humbuckers or not. Hum can also often be traced down to a defective ground like a disconnected lead to a tail piece in the guitar. You'd have to try the amp with a different known to be good guitar to be sure it's the amp.

BTW I wouldn't recommend spending a lot of money on so called oxygen free wire in guitar cords etc. as it's all just a marketing gimmick. The only things that counts for anything is the quality of the hardware and plating used, quality of construction and the amount of shielding in the cable.


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