#1
okay, so I run two mics into a mixer, and then into a guitar amp (because we dont have a p.a.)
my mic gets a lot more feedback because it's got more hi's than my bass player's mic
so, I was wondering, is there a pedal or something I could get to reduce feedback?
#2
You need a P.A.

Also, make sure the mic isn't pointed at the front of the amp. Have the amp in front of it, or face the amp.
#3
^what he said

Dont have the microphone pointing at the speakers. thats the main cause of feedback
#4
point the mic away from speakers, and reduce the treble. You mention that you run the mics into a mixer, then into the amp, so the place to tweak the EQ is the mixer. Just reduce the treble a smidge, and reduce the gain aswell. that usually sorts it.
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#5
well, the mixer doesn't have much of an eq, and the eq it does have effects both mics...
I'll lookinto getting a pa, but would a compressor pedal help at all for now?
#6
You run a powered mixer into a guitar amp?

Wow.
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