#1
I've seen some people grounding their guitars so that feedback is reduced. Are there any comprehensive tutorials for this modification?
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#4
Quote by Invader Jim
I don't see how grounding reduces feedback. Feedback comes from the harmonics in a note. Grounding just affects the misc. junk plucked out of the air.


Okay, well I mean to say just background noise, or whatever you call it.
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Algal Bloom fuzz
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Flashback delay
#5
just ground the pot casings and bridge to the sleeve of the jack. in my wiring thread is a faq section with a link to a thread made by lumberjack. that'll help you alot.