#1
Hey guys I just replaced the speaker on my amp and I was messing around with higher volumes to help break it in and I noticed I get a high pitched noise as soon as I get the volume up to around 6 out of 10 while I have the gain at 12 o'clock. I have a Seymour Duncan JB humbucker thats pretty high output but Im not sure if thats the problem. I tried standing further away from the amp and its still there. As soon as I turn the volume below 6 it goes away. Is a bad tube? Bad connection somewhere? Ideas?


thanks guys

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#2
its feedback... its perfectly normal
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#3
any effects running ?

if you have effects running try taking them out and putting them back in in order one at a time testing them ... to make sure its not a dead pedal thats doing the problem

check all cables for breakages,


have you got a noise gate in your effects board? if not get one .. id recommend ISP decimator or the boss NS2


ect.

Kakos
Last edited by kakos at Jul 29, 2009,
#4
I have effects infront of the guitar but they weren't on. Im going to check the cables now

PRS SE Custom w/ Duncans
Classic Vibe 50's Strat
Egnater Rebel 20
Egnater Rebel 112x Cab
Crate v18-112 w/ Eminence Private Jack


USSR Big Muff Pi
Line 6 Echo Park
Boss BD-2
Vox Wah
Guitar Rig 3



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#5
when I just play directly into my amp theres no problems. I guess it could be a problem with a patch cable?

PRS SE Custom w/ Duncans
Classic Vibe 50's Strat
Egnater Rebel 20
Egnater Rebel 112x Cab
Crate v18-112 w/ Eminence Private Jack


USSR Big Muff Pi
Line 6 Echo Park
Boss BD-2
Vox Wah
Guitar Rig 3



DO NØT CLICK THÏS LINK


Hook 'em