#1
So recently I changed out my pick guard on my strat style guitar, and whenever I turn on The overdrive setting on my amp i get a piercing Feedback like sound.

I'm wondering What I did to cause this.
(Fixed)

Now, I can't get the knobs to sit even, I can't find ANY way to fix it. (Still borked)
Last edited by Oujou at Jan 13, 2009,
#2
Replacing a pickguard might involve desoldering some components to make it possible to remove the pickguard, then resoldering them. Thats the only explanation i could think of. Also, it could be a coincedence that theres something wrong with ur amp. try another amp. if you dont have another amp go to a local guitarcenter or samash or w/e with ur guitar and try it out.
#3
Quote by vp_nyc
Replacing a pickguard might involve desoldering some components to make it possible to remove the pickguard, then resoldering them. Thats the only explanation i could think of. Also, it could be a coincedence that theres something wrong with ur amp. try another amp. if you dont have another amp go to a local guitarcenter or samash or w/e with ur guitar and try it out.


Wasn't the amp, I whaled out some blues and turned the overdrive on and the sound was gone.
#4
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