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Static when I plug it in and with or with a guitar plugged in the gives off static on many of the preprogrammed settings

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Are they hi gained presets (distortion)? if so, that woulld be typical of mast amps, However, polarity of the ground can amplify that white noise. most amps have a polarity switchfor ground on the back. if not you may be plugging into an older socket which doesnt have good ground. it can be resolved at the service panel. thats a whole different procedure. let me know

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