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On my new Mustang IV there is significant noise on many presets, and the noise varies from preset to preset. I can reduce it a bit with the noise gate, but not totally, and that limits your dynamics. I have the noise even if I remove the input cable, seems related to the software.
This isn't much information to go on. I may can help if you could be more specific. What amp? Presets of what? What software? What noise gate? Where is this noise, amp output or pc input? A computer sound card can do weird things when musical equipment is plugged into it, some mice will do it, making noise when you move the mouse around. I'm guessing how you are set up, if you get back to me, I will try to help you further.
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Posted on Nov 20, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Fender Cyber
Check for degradation of C144 a 2200mfd/16volt cap.
This is power source for the 5 volt digital hardware. Check for excess ripple with a scope. The voltage should NOT go below 8 volts. If the voltage dips, the DSP will go nut-case.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
This sounds like either a bad guitar cable or a bad jack in the guitar. Possibly your friend is not as qualified to find these intermittent problems as needed? These jacks are really junky and often have riveting of the barrel come undone... especially if the retaining nut is overtightened. The LONG barrel like jacks are notorious for failing. You have all the information you need to solve this problem. First try a different guitar cable... (often they are broken or intermittent at the end where they flex). If that doesn't fix it, replace the jack in the guitar. Also verify that the conductive coating paint within the guitar is grounded. Sometimes the contact to it is destroyed when the volume control shafts or jacks become loose and they depend upon the shaft barrel to ground the paint.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
SOURCE: ON my fender mustang II
Possibly you are holding the switch down???... it MAY activate on the release of the switch. Try quick tap on switch.
I tried to find schematic to analyze this but could not find one.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
... do you, by any chance, have non humbucking pick ups on your guitar? Just curious...
Posted on Sep 14, 2012
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