Hi everyone I just had a couple questions. I've had my les paul for 5 year, and for a few years I noticed that it was very noisy. Recently it has become unbearable. The buzzing only goes away only when I touch the pickups, the toggle switch nut, and also the 1/4 inch jack nut but continues when I touch the strings or the bridge/tail peice. Also when I am playing, the guitar will often pop when I move. I am wondering if this could be caused by the ground wire improperly soldered to the bushing of the tail piece? Also when I opened the control cavity I saw a small black screw screwed into the hole that the ground wire goes into, is this normal? Is almost seems like someone at Gibson screwed it in in an attempt to push the wire to touch the bushing I will be taking the guitar into my local guitar tech to have all the stock electronics and 57 classics replaced with a good quality 50s wiring harness (CTS Pots, vintage Bumblebees, braided wiring) and some new wolfetone Dr. Vintage (I was already going to do this anyways)I will have my tech check the ground wire as well. Anything else I should have checked? I have heard some horror stories Gibson's QC and how some of the ground wires weren't even soldered. Also My other Les Paul is completely silent with the same setup (Cables, amps, pedals etc) and it doesn't pop when I play at the same venues.