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When i hook up through the loop on my marshall head, connecting cables are being fried.

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If you are frying cables that is bad! This means you have a bad ground loop.

IF that is an old Marshall head that doesn't have a three wire (with ground pin) power cord on it, take it in immediately to have a three wire grounding cord on it before you fry yourself and not just cables. Their old technique of having a switch to change to create a pseudo ground was stupid and VERY dangerous !

You can severely damage equipment due to bad grounds.

ALWAYS connect all interconnected electronics to the same power source or receeptacle.

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