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1997 les paul classic has delveloped a humming noise and cannot figure it out

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Change the cable wire connect the negative line as a ground

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Well i dont have a les paul studio i have a les paul menace with the same problem. Hopefully you can still help me. When i plug the guitar in and turn the volume up on the guitar a loud hum appears. ...


OK... Most of the guitars have a PAINTED on shielding in the well with the electronics. Sometimes the electrical connection to this is broken causing hum. Sometimes the connection is by way of the potentiometer shaft nuts and they spin and break the connection. This paint is conductive and often black know as aquadag. Use an ohmeter to verify connection.

Oct 27, 2010 | Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar

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My Les Paul Guitar hums loudly but when I touch a metal part of it with my hands the hums stops. How do I find the earth/ground fault using a multimeter?


You have a grounding problem. Verify your cable is good first, then open the guitar and look for broken wires. The electronic parts sit in a cavity that SHOULD be lined with CONDUCTIVE paint that acts as a shield and should have an electrical connection. You will likely find ground wires soldered to the back of the control pot cases. If you find a wire broken loose you have found the cause. There is usually a wire to the ground system from the metal parts.

Aug 21, 2010 | Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar

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My guitar has is an epiphone les paul but it also says gibson directly above the nut. what does this mean?


Epiphone is a budget conscious gibson. And probably not made in the USA.
1957 - Gibson's parent company, CMI, buys Epiphone for $20,000, originally intending to harness its upright bass operation, but ultimately reviving the Epiphone name on guitars. A full line of newly designed acoustics and electrics is unveiled in 1958, and two years later Epiphone production moves into Gibson's factory in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

1970 - In the face of foreign competition, Epiphone production is moved to Japan. Through the 1970s and early '80s, the Epiphone line has little continuity, although it maintains respect as a quality import brand.

1983 - Epiphone production is moved to Korea.

1986 - Henry Juszkiewicz, David Berryman and Gary Zebrowski acquire Epiphone and Gibson. The Epi line is soon expanded to include traditional models like the Sheraton, Emperor and Howard Roberts, along with Epi versions of Gibson classics like the Les Paul, Flying V and Explorer.


http://www.epiphone.com/history.asp

May 27, 2010 | Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar

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Which knob does what on the epiphone les paul studio? there are 4 knobs and the only one i can figure out is volume.


I believe the top front is volume for the front/neck pickup...the top rear is for the rear/bridge pickup and the other two are tone knobs for the front and rear pickups.

Feb 10, 2010 | Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar

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How do i choice to buy a custom epiphone les paul


If you are on a limited budget then get a standard Epiphone Les Paul. The Custom is not much better. If you have a little more to spend then I recommend getting a new or used Gibson Les Paul Studio.

Narrowing down which guitar to buy is completely opinion-based. You need to try multiple guitars to find one you like best since they all feel a little different.

Oct 01, 2009 | Epiphone Les Paul 100 Electric Guitar

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Les paul making wierd noises


Unless you are wanting to use the Nanomag, I'd just get it taken out of the signal. You should be able to bypass it anyways.

Jun 05, 2009 | Epiphone Les Paul 100 Electric Guitar

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Great guitar, **** elrctronics. want to put '57 gibson classics


You wont need new tone caps and the wiring will not need to be replaced even if you are installing new pickups.

Apr 07, 2009 | Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar

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Low volume on front pickup of Epiphone Les Paul


i have an old sg, and this happened to me too. the repair guy told me that inside the p/u, the windings were broken, resulting in a lower output. go on e-bay, and look up a neck pos. humbucker. there everywhere. or do yourself a favor, and do what i did. i have an epi. flying v, and epi. les paul. on e-bay, i bought gibson 57 classics. i put these in both my guitars, and i now have great sounding guitars. you will not belive the difference. good luck, scott

Jan 31, 2009 | Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar

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