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How do I stop my MG100HDFX from picking up radio stations........I CANT PLAY LIKE THAT!!!!!

My MG100 is picking up radio stations while im playing.

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Have you changed out your guitar cable? Also, if you have a broadcast antenna close to your practice area, that could be your problem. Try moving your amp to another location and see what happens. If it picks up stations at different locations that are miles apart, call Marshall...the amp is defective.

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