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Mataal
post Sep 20 2014, 06:20 PM
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Hey guys, the guitar looks like to have cuts, I've changed batteries but no luck.
I've saved a little the sound, anyone knows what it can be?
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post Sep 20 2014, 07:02 PM
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Hi friend, I'm checking the audio and I just hear silence... what's exactly happening?


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post Sep 20 2014, 07:11 PM
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Hey Mataal, Maybe it is just me but I couldn't hear anything at all on that sound file.
There are many things that could cause your sound to cut in and out. most often it is a bad instrument cable. I would start a process of elimination by connecting my guitar straight to an amp. If it still cuts out then that narrows the problem down to 3 things. The instrument cable , a problem with your guitars wiring, or a problem with your amp. First thing to do is try a different instrument cable.
If it still cuts out, I would try another amp, if it still cuts out after that then the problem is going to be in the guitars wiring. possibly the instrument jack where you plug in. this is probably the second most likely reason for the signal cutting in and out. I hope this helps and it is something simple like a bad cable or bad connection on the guitars input, those are easy and inexpensive to fix. smile.gif


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post Sep 20 2014, 07:57 PM
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Ups, here it goes.
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post Sep 20 2014, 08:10 PM
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Sounds to be the cable or the jack at the guitar/amp/pedal. Loose wire in the guitar maybe?
I say faulty input jack (or cable) somewhere in the chain.


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post Sep 24 2014, 12:04 AM
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Thanks all, after a bunch of tests found it was the noise gate in garage band, was to high huh.gif


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post Sep 30 2014, 01:52 AM
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NIce smile.gif hehehehehe.

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Thanks all, after a bunch of tests found it was the noise gate in garage band, was to high huh.gif


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post Sep 30 2014, 01:49 PM
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Hey mate - glad to see you sorted it out. Usually, all these issues are right under our noses, laughing at us, but damn it's so hard to spot them smile.gif Hope things are working ok now. What are you recording, by the way? smile.gif


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