Phillip from Wales asks:
“Hi, can you help please. I got this Marshall MG10, and I’ve had this buzzing and crackling problem when I play the Strat. I sent it back to them and they listened to the sound recording I had of the buzzing and they said I had a loose earth connection or the cable I was using to connect the guitar was no good.
Do you have a diagram of how to check the earth connection; would be most grateful to you.”
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A reader recently asked how he could adjust the angle of the tremolo bridge on his Stratocaster. In his case, the bridge was leaning towards the neck. Making a Strat bridge angle adjustment is a very simple process. The main thing to keep in mind is to not tighten the trem claw screws too much (covered in step # 3). Your goal is to have the perfect balance between the tension of the strings and the tension of the tremolo springs.
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Sometimes you might find yourself with a ground / buzz problem. This can be a truly frustrating experience and can really kill the fun of building your own guitar. But, it really doesn’t have to be such a nightmare. You just need to trace your steps; that’s really it. This is all just logic. The answer to the problem is there somewhere; you just have to find it. So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at things to think about when troubleshooting guitar wiring problems.
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