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Amp or guitar??

Ive got a jackson dinky and a marshall mg15cdr. ok so i turn everything down to zero on the amp and start turning the volume controll on the guitar up and the sound comes when its nearly to max, and when the sound does come, it doesn't do it gradually, its either on at one level or off. then i leave guitar volume and turn volume ect up on amp and its the same volume ect and no change when switch to overdrive. its clean on overdirve and clean on clean. what u think. volume controll on the guitar maybe??

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I can say with a fair amount of certanty that this is the control knob on your guitar, these are fairly cheap and if you have any mechanical ability you can replace it yourself, there will be some soldering involved so if you can't do that I would take it to your local music store and most have some sort of repair department, this shouldn't be a big bill to get fixed.

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