This post is in reference to another post going on about 60 cycle hum. People keep recommending this (I would get the pedal, cheapest I presume) and I'm wondering if this would cure my noise ills, or if shielding the guitar cavities of ALL my guitars is inevitable. http://www.isptechnologies.com/decimatorproducts.htm[/quote] Let's dig just a little bit deeper into the "60 cycle" hum for a bit. My computer/home studio/amp rig is in my basement. No fluorescent lighting, but the junction box for the whole house is literally right behind the rig (I'm moving the rig tonight for testing). I have 2 seperate (but related) noise issues. When I'm close to my amp changing settings or when I sit directly in front of the computer (especially with the monitor on) I get what I believe to be 60 cycle hum. A low, droning, buzz. If I sit off center or move away from the amp, this usually clears so it's not a huge deal. A different noise, bigger problem is that on ANY of my 7 guitars right now if I don't have my hand on the string, volume knob or tuning machines I get a very high end buzzing sound. Repositioning doesn't seem to help and with critical listening (via headphones or recording direct) it seems like all my guitars suffer this pretty bad. So much so that even while playing in some instances I can hear the high end noise floor. I thought that shielding the cavity's of the guitar might fix this, but I really don't want to have to do 7 axes :BOUNCE The only guitar that was okay was my Reverend with humbuckers (which is now gone) but man cannot live with humbuckers alone. It still would buzz sometimes. Is this a different type of grouding issue and would the ISP decimator take care of this as well? If I feel the guitar is to blame would I go: guitar - ISP decimator - amp - direct out to computer / headphone out? Or would it sit somewhere else in a recording configuration. ISP decimator fans, please speak up! This could be the silver bullet! BTW - I have Dimarzio area 61 's + 54 coming in the mail, I'm interested in seeing how they fare as well.