I use a Line 6 cordless guitar pickup on all my guitars, but have found that they do cause a constant buzz from the amp. I can eliminate it by plugging directly into the amp with a patch cord, but that really limits my mobility when I'm playing, which the cordless system of course does do. Is there any way to cut the buzz using the cordless pickup? I'll appreciate any help anyone can offer.
Often a player will position the receiver of a wireless unit on top of the amp they're using making it susceptible to picking up the hum that may be originating in the power transformer of the amp. If this is the case, the solution will be to relocate the receiver far enough away from the amp to eliminate the hum. usually just a few inches will do the trick.