#1
It's fine when I only have overdrive on but when I plug in my distortion a loud humming/whining generates from my amp.

Is this because

a)the amp is weird
b)i'm using a fender squire
c)the gain/bass/treble is adjusted incorrectly

???
#3
overdrive + distortion pedal + cheap, crappy Squier single coils = hum, fizz
#4
feedback...
it's because of C
it'll be fixed by gettins a noise gate
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#5
Distortion into the distortion channel will create alot of noise. Try it into the clean channel and mess with your settings. And gain equals noise just the way things work. A noise gate isnt the answer to every problem like some believe.
#6
Quote by enomushiki
It's fine when I only have overdrive on but when I plug in my distortion a loud humming/whining generates from my amp.

Is this because

a)the amp is weird
b)i'm using a fender squire
c)the gain/bass/treble is adjusted incorrectly

???

You can't run a distortion pedal into the overdrive channel of a cheap solid state amp, simple as. You just get insane clipping, a hell of a lot of noise and uncontrollable feedback. If you want to use a distortion pedal you'll have to use it on the clean channel....a noise gate won't make a blind bit of difference.
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