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I turn on the amp and there is loud feedback but no sound from guitar. there is a red wire a white wire then a black wire connected to the two but is open on other end?

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Hi

It very much sounds like you have a broken guitar lead if I understand what you are describing and there is no connection at the other end. Can you borrow a lead from someone elese to check to see if it is.

What sort of feedback do you get, is it like a humming sound?

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robotek

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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