Hey all, before getting into the discussion I 100% am fully aware how bad it is to not have a ground while playing through a tube amp & the dangers. I have had this problem ever since moving into my apartment in San Francisco. The building is super old (think early 1900's) and, while they have 3 prong plugs, they're not grounded (checked with one of those cheap tools). Because of the safety concerns, I've switched to a wireless guitar setup. Yes, it was expensive but it is definitely worth my life in case something actually DID happen - so I do feel safe now, but the problem still remains that no ground connection is likely causing some super loud and irritating buzz in my amp. I can't record with it and playing on it isn't as fun because the buzz is so loud and annoying as well. I looked into my landlord having to fix the ground but after looking up the policies in my city, it appears that any building that was built to code at the time of its construction doesn't have to update to new code unless the landlord is doing a major remodel of the units. No matter if I want him to, he isn't required by law to actually get an electrician in and fix the mess. So, with all of that being said, I want a solution to the noise. Is there ANYTHING I can do or am I pretty screwed?