Question about Yamaha Electric Guitar
It's a bit worrying that there is a buzzing noise from the amp - you might want to get it checked out to make sure you're not in danger of electrocuting yourself.
If you're sure the amp is safe try turning the volume up half way and dabbing your finger on the end of the lead, you should hear a change in the hum or it'll disappear altogether. If it does change or go, your lead is OK and the fault must be with the guitar. I'd suspect the lead first though - apart from the humming that you mention.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
You may have a switch with 2 settings somewhere on your amp - one for active and one for passive. try changing that.
If this doesn't work, make sure you got the guitar in the line input, change the lead for another incase it's faulty, turn the volume up on the guitar to activate the pickups, and rock-out when you find the problem and fix it.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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