#1
Hi, i recently got myself a tubescreamer pedal so i could get a br00tal tone out of it. It does but i have a lot of buzz and feedback now even when palmed, is there a pedal i can buy which will cut out the buzz and still have the brutal tone ?

Im using a randall rg 50tc tube combo and a ltd max 600
#2
Yes, there are pedals that are designed to kill static and other noise, althought I have no experience with them as I have never played with enough gain or overdrive to make it a problem.
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#5
gain channel 1
roll off ur treble
use the ts to boost it all

--same amp btw--
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#6
Quote by fairycake92
gain channel 1
roll off ur treble
use the ts to boost it all

--same amp btw--


Cool, ill try this

What settings on the tube screamer then?
#7
well depending on version...

drive up most of the way...volume, tweak to your own setting
if you have a bass/treb setting on your ts..then ramp the treble to your taste, but keeping in limits of feedback
just give it a shot..start with most things in the middle..like 12o'clock style and adjust that way
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#8
Quote by fairycake92
well depending on version...

drive up most of the way...volume, tweak to your own setting
if you have a bass/treb setting on your ts..then ramp the treble to your taste, but keeping in limits of feedback
just give it a shot..start with most things in the middle..like 12o'clock style and adjust that way


I have a ts 9

So im just to take the treble off my amp and change the ts9 settings and thatll do it?
#9
not all of it lol..ur amp needs to be about...2oclock..the ts will make up for it
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#10
Quote by fairycake92
not all of it lol..ur amp needs to be about...2oclock..the ts will make up for it


rgr that, thanks for the help