#1
okay so, before i had a simple tube head which was a Marshall JCM 2000 DSL 50.
So it wasn't very gainy and was more of a lower end sounding head.
any feedback and noise would be completely gone with my my boss NS-2.

I just bought a Mesa Dual Rectifier Solo the other day and now even with my threshold maxed, i am still getting feedback.

Please if you have any suggestions, let me know

thank you
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Schecter Diamond Series 006
Ibanez SZR720 TGB
Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Roland Micro Cube 10watt
#2
thats weird... you run it on a cab? what aare your settings?
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#3
I would swap out the gain channels preamp tube in the Recto first.
I did this last year with my JSX and replaced an EH with a JJ and the gain channels became less prone to feedback and noise. It increased clarity as well.
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#4
i like what your saying van, i will take that into consideration.

Yes, right now i'm running it through one Marshall 1960A Solo cab with celestions
Might i also add that i play a Schecter Omen 6 guitar with EMG pickups.
Thus making it more prone to feedback
Peavey 6505+ Head
Mesa/Boogie Oversized Rectifier 4x12 Cab
Schecter Diamond Series 006
Ibanez SZR720 TGB
Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Roland Micro Cube 10watt
#5
another thing you can try is taking the amp out of the box and putting a piece of aluminum on the bottom of the box... if it doesnt have one. it will eliminate feedback recieved from the speakers. also try lower gain
Ibanez XPT707 Xiphos
Schecter C-7 Loomis FR

Mesa Boogie Mark III blue dot Coliseum

Mesa Traditional 4x12 v30's x EVM 12l's


THE SEVEN STRING LEGION
#6
never though of the tin foil trick.
I'll try that one too.

i have tried to play with my second and third high gain channels lowering the gain, but it then compromises the sound that i'm looking for.
Peavey 6505+ Head
Mesa/Boogie Oversized Rectifier 4x12 Cab
Schecter Diamond Series 006
Ibanez SZR720 TGB
Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Roland Micro Cube 10watt
#7
i meant buy some sheet aluminum and put it in there. it helped my xxx GREATLY. it used to feedback like a motha
Ibanez XPT707 Xiphos
Schecter C-7 Loomis FR

Mesa Boogie Mark III blue dot Coliseum

Mesa Traditional 4x12 v30's x EVM 12l's


THE SEVEN STRING LEGION
#8
i knew what you meant lol
i will deffiently give this a try!
Peavey 6505+ Head
Mesa/Boogie Oversized Rectifier 4x12 Cab
Schecter Diamond Series 006
Ibanez SZR720 TGB
Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Roland Micro Cube 10watt
#9
ps.
is it worth it to purchase a second noise supressor?
with this work?
even if it's run through the effect loop instead of my chain of pedals
Peavey 6505+ Head
Mesa/Boogie Oversized Rectifier 4x12 Cab
Schecter Diamond Series 006
Ibanez SZR720 TGB
Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Roland Micro Cube 10watt
#10
yeah it would probably work. get a decimator. but try the cheap ideas first
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Mesa Boogie Mark III blue dot Coliseum

Mesa Traditional 4x12 v30's x EVM 12l's


THE SEVEN STRING LEGION
#11
I have an idea, turn the gain down.
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#12
lol if you actually read before making a dumbass comment, you'd see that i said it compromises the tone i'm looking for.
thanks though.
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Mesa/Boogie Oversized Rectifier 4x12 Cab
Schecter Diamond Series 006
Ibanez SZR720 TGB
Boss TU-2 Chromatic Tuner
Boss NS-2 Noise Suppressor
Roland Micro Cube 10watt
#13
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yeah it would probably work. get a decimator. but try the cheap ideas first


+1 for the Decimator
#14
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lol if you actually read before making a dumbass comment, you'd see that i said it compromises the tone i'm looking for.
thanks though.


What? A grainy mess? If you have the preamp up so much that there is feedback then you have too much. You can get a plenty brutal tone without turning your gain all the way up and turning your mids to zero.


Why waste your money with another noise supressor?
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