Question about Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar
First, try a different cable. Often in this kind of accident, the connection is broken between the wires in the cable and the plug on the end of the cable. (The cable can often be repaired by soldering the wires back onto the plug.)
If that doesn't help, it's possible the input jack on your amp was damaged. It is a relatively simple job for an amp technician to repair or replace an input jack if this is the problem. Expect about 1 hour of labor and about $10 in parts.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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