Question about Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar
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.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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A noise gate can help as well.
Posted on Feb 05, 2015
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