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Doctor G checks the grounding in a guitar

High level of noise from an electric guitar is one of the most frequent issues. If the intensity of noise changes when touching some of the guitar’s metal parts, it means that you have a problem with grounding in your equipment. How to check the grounding in your guitar? Doctor G will tells you that in September!

First, you have to make sure that the problem is caused by your guitar, not the amplifier. If you try various guitars on the same amp with its settings unchanged and the problem still occurs, it is the amplifier’s fault.

Remember, that the ground of your guitar and other equipment should be connected to one point! What else is there for you to know about ground? Find Doctor G’s advice in the September issue of TopGuitar magazine.

Doktor G sprawdza mase w gitarze


Published since 2005 as a printed magazine, TopGuitar is a magazine of opinion for professional and amateur musicians. Since 2020 on a digital platform. Contain reviews of various guitar-related musical gear, interviews and original articles on world’s most popular artists, music reviews, event reports, guitar workshops and tips, the latest products and artist news. The Editor-in-Chief is Dr. Dariusz Domanski, a guitarist and academic teacher, doctor of musical arts.