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The Music | Answered 51 minutes ago

If the humming ONLY happens when a cable is plugged into the amp, the problem is in the cable or the guitar. Poor quality cables or wrong cables will result in hum. Defective wiring or connectors in the guitar OR having the guitar near a source of magnetic fields will result in hum. We cannot diagnose these possibilities remotely.

Fender Frontman... | Answered 3 hours ago

Look to see if there’s a factory reset. Usually holding two buttons while powering up

Zoom Music | Answered 3 hours ago

George, it's a Les Paul. BTW, I've tried hard to figure out what made them assign labels like Studio and Standard to the LP, here's what I figured out - What makes an LP a 'Studio' is the word Studio graved into the TRC. Conversely, a 'Standard' has the word Standard graved into the truss rod cover. That is it. If you prefer one model over the other - Guitar Center sells the engraved covers.You bet it's b.s. - but that was truly the state of things at Gibson. Maybe when they start back up - they'll build better guitars.

Gibson Music | Answered 3 hours ago

$185 to $300 used

Music | Answered 15 hours ago

Make sure the volume and master volume are turned up. Try the amp with a different cabinet and a known good speaker cable. If you get sound, it's your speakers or your speaker cable.
If still no sound, you need your amp serviced.

Line 6 Music | Answered 15 hours ago

Either or all the aux outs will suffice for monitor out.

Behringer Music | Answered 2 days ago

why not call gretchen and ask them

Pickguard Music | Answered on Oct 15, 2018

The problem is the the rubber under the foot pedal hardens out, and is not that flexible anymore, so you have to press constantly harder. The most cheap and simple solution is th get an ironsaw and make the rubber less thick. Saw away the top of the rubber from the height above the srews, to the top untill about 2cm from the front of the rubber. You must leave the front in tact, otherwise you can't push the rubber properly down anymore.



Yamaha Dtxpress... | Answered on Oct 15, 2018

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