Question about Gibson Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar
Sounds like a ground problem to me.
Posted on Oct 26, 2011
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.
Posted on Oct 30, 2010
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