#1
My amp (fender hot rod deville 410) is noisy as hell: there is already intermittent crackle and static that i know how to fix, its just reallly intensive and i don't have the time for it. However, i just got a dl-8 delay from hardwire and i want to stick it in the effects loop, but if i do, there is rediculous feedback. In fact, there is rediculous feedback if i use the effects loop with anything at all. what is wrong and how can i fix it. The inputs are plastic if that's relevent.
#2
noise suppresor?
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#3
Quote by nevin021s
My amp (fender hot rod deville 410) is noisy as hell: there is already intermittent crackle and static that i know how to fix, its just reallly intensive and i don't have the time for it. However, i just got a dl-8 delay from hardwire and i want to stick it in the effects loop, but if i do, there is rediculous feedback. In fact, there is rediculous feedback if i use the effects loop with anything at all. what is wrong and how can i fix it. The inputs are plastic if that's relevent.


Make sure everything is plugged in all the way. Are you using cheap cables? What do you mean the inputs are plastic?
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#4
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noise suppresor?


i sure do hope that was sarcasm, otherwise thats really bad advice.
#5
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Make sure everything is plugged in all the way. Are you using cheap cables? What do you mean the inputs are plastic?


Everything is plugged in all the way, and my cables are all monsters, two of which are the top of the line. The input jacks a plastic instead of metal. any help?