Hi guys, I just purchased a brand new Fender Classic 60's Telecaster ( MIM ) at an authorised Fender dealer. While the guitar looks and sound beautiful, I could not help but notice something strange : If I touch any metal part of the guitar (strings and electronics), a small " pop " will be heard through the amplifier (an orange Rockerverb). The same "popping" noise will happen if i touch any metal part on the amp ( for example the metal switches ), AS LONG AS IT IS CONNECTED to the guitar. The amp on its own does not make any kind of weird sounds, and when connected to another guitar with the same cords ( a fender US Stratocaster ), everything works perfectly, with no popping sound whatsoever both on the amp or the guitar. I brought the guitar yesterday to a very renowned guitar tech here in Belgium for a full setup, and they told me that everything looked fine and could not really solve the issue as everything seemed to be good electronics-wise... their biggest guess was that it probably was due to static build up, eventhough they did not really seem convinced themeselves. My biggest concern is not really the "popping" sound, as to be fair it is barely hearable while playing in context, but the fact that this could lead to some electrocution risks of some sorts. Furthermore, I just bought a brand new guitar to find myself with this kind of issue which is pretty sad to me. Anyway, what are your thoughts on the matter ? Is this normal/common on those models ? Have a nice tele-day !