#1
well, our band has to be really ****ing ghetto and our singer has to plug his mic into a guitar amp... at maximum vol, the volume is right but the feedback is a pain in the ass... anything we can do or use within a $150 budget?
Thanks
#4
Get a vocal amp/PA/etc. Also keep the mic away from the amp. Tell your singer to sing louder, and then he won't have to turn it up as much.
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#5
yeah we've been having the same problem. we just made her stand away from the amp and it sounded fine.
#7
I can think of one. It's stereo amp, and I don't think it's tube. However, for a stereo amp, it is very good. Don't plug guitar into it; just use it as hi-fi if it works

Sorry, had to.
#9
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I second the "move further away from the amp" and "buy a vocal amp" replies, I don't think there are any other ways of getting past this. I'm assuming you don't have the distortion channel on...


Actually, here's an idea, raise the amp up to head-level, and then turn the volume down a bit.


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#11
ok, solution:

tell your singer to provide himself with a use-able PA, or he is kicked out of the band.

why?

wouldnt you expect a guitarist to have his own equipment? if you join a band, isnt it thought that you should bring your own equipment.


or yeah, turn down the amps and tell the drummer to bring it down/use brush sticks.
#12
Quote by Skierinanutshel
ok, solution:

tell your singer to provide himself with a use-able PA, or he is kicked out of the band.

why?

wouldnt you expect a guitarist to have his own equipment? if you join a band, isnt it thought that you should bring your own equipment.


or yeah, turn down the amps and tell the drummer to bring it down/use brush sticks.





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