#2
the one you're standing the farthest away from
i used to be a mod, then i took an arrow in the knee.
#3
I think it depends on the amp/guitar combination. For me:

Vox + BC Rich = no feedback

Vox + crappy Dean (just the guitar, not the brand in general) = hum and feedback

Vox + G400 = no feedback, some hum
#4
Quote by mikeyElite
the one you're standing the farthest away from


+1
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Chicago Blues Box Roadhouse
Bad Cat Cougar 5
1957 Gibson GA-5
Ceriatone 18w TMB Combo
Hughes & Kettner Tube Factor
Various Ibanez TS9s
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#5
Quote by xHellbound
I think it depends on the amp/guitar combination. For me:

Vox + BC Rich = no feedback

Vox + crappy Dean (just the guitar, not the brand in general) = hum and feedback

Vox + G400 = no feedback, some hum


+1.

Pickups and electronics have to do with hums and feedbacks.
As well, high gain amps tend to have more feedback. (When gain is turned up high)
#6
Quote by mikeyElite
the one you're standing the farthest away from

/thread

this is a daft question with no answer. An amp does nothing on it's own, its behaviour is entirely dependent on the situation it's being used in - you can make pretty much any amp feedback, likewise you can use any amp in a way that will stop it feeding back.
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#7
Marshall JCM 800 , 900 and 2000 series are pretty good about squeeling. Very little microphonics with those amps, but, not as much gain as boogies, 5150's, ect.
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