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    Is there such a thing as a noise filter that I could plug into my amp and then plug my guitar into the filter? I am getting a radio station signal through my amp. I still get it when I unplug the guitar and just leave the cord plugged in. I don’t get it when a 1/4" jack is plugged in. Only when a cord (I’ve tried 3 high end cords) is plugged in do I get the radio. My electrician is hunting down the RF coming through the AC, but I was wondering if there is something I can plug into the front.

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    Jeff

    Amp: Eden CXC-212C4

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      : Is there such a thing as a noise filter that I could plug into my amp and then plug my guitar into the filter? I am getting a radio station signal through my amp. I still get it when I unplug the guitar and just leave the cord plugged in. I don’t get it when a 1/4" jack is plugged in. Only when a cord (I’ve tried 3 high end cords) is plugged in do I get the radio. My electrician is hunting down the RF coming through the AC, but I was wondering if there is something I can plug into the front. : : Thanks, : Jeff : : Amp: Eden CXC-212C4

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        I had the same thing with my Marshall 5212, if you can, run a ground wire from the ground side of the input jack directly to the ground pin of your A/C cord. This eliminated the radio signals. Good Luck..

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