#1
I'm playing a show tomorrow and my main guitar has a problem.
It's an ESP LTD M-400 with two EMG 81s.
When I have the volume knob all the way down I can still hear a little bit of sound coming through.
And when I'm playing it feeds back and squeels horribly.
Is there a quick fix to this?
It doesn't have to be permanent.
#3
Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
new batteries
microphonic pups
grounding issue

I'll check all of those, thanks for the help.
#5
[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Amp may i ask?

If its tubed try out a SS to see if your tubes are microphonic.
It's a Peavey JSX.
So, yes, it is tubed.
I don't want to sound like an idiot but, what's SS?
#6
EMGs are practically epoxied in place so its 99.999999% unlikely they're dancing inside. Plus they don't have a grounding wire to begin with... better bet on the tubes going off if you're using valves.
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#7
Quote by Jon_BTM
It's a Peavey JSX.
So, yes, it is tubed.
I don't want to sound like an idiot but, what's SS?


Solidstate aka transistor amps
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#9
Quote by Jon_BTM
It's a Peavey JSX.
So, yes, it is tubed.
I don't want to sound like an idiot but, what's SS?

Solid State.
You know, that thing tubes are better than?