#1
I've found this tone that sounds awesomee and i've only applied it at bedroom levelss, so it's never that loud you notice.
But at band practise todayy everyone cranked it up and i just got the crappiest feedback ever, whenever i took my hand off the strings it just rung and rung louder than anything. The other guitarist has his volume the same as mine/maybe louder, and still gets less feedback than my amp.

Any ideas?
#2
maybe turn the volume down on your guitar or the channel volume
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#3
Grounding maybe? Like when you touch a metal part of the guitar (like the bridge, strings or pickups) the humming and or feedback goes away?

Pff I dunno.
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#4
That means I won't be heard?
Oohh by the way, i'm running through a BOSS EQ aswell, which gives my tone a boost, idk if that effects it, but even without that i get a lot of feedbackk, only a tad less
#5
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#6
it's still there when i put my hand on the strings though, quieter maybe... but it slowly growss like a giant fricking penis -.-
#7
Use less gain. If you're not using too much gain already, you've just got to accept that this is what happens in high volume situations and get into the habit of turning your guitar volume off when you're not playing.
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#8
Quote by FischmungaXTR
Use less gain. If you're not using too much gain already, you've just got to accept that this is what happens in high volume situations and get into the habit of turning your guitar volume off when you're not playing.



I guess, and i already turn my volume off when i'm not playingg..
using less gain sounds crap though , i'm only on 1 oclock with the gain..
12 Oclock on the gain on my clean channel on the amp, and then 1 oclock on my pedal.
#9
My guitar did this... so i rewired it all with super high quality wires and put some of this silver stuff called grounding tape? all over the inside replaced the input jack with a super hq one and bought new leads... it went away, but i think i went ott
#12
Infact, what cables do you use? Cheap cables are usually rubbish, and can cause a hell of a lot of feedback and shizzle.
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#14
A noise gate might.
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#15
Quote by Guitar2theface
A noise gate might.



BOSS NS-2 in X-Config would work finee wouldn't it?

I can get one really cheap so i've been looking up stuff and apparently that's the best way to set it up
#16
If you are playing high-gain at high volumes, a noise gate is an absolute necessity. Boss and MXR make very good noise gate pedals.
#17
Yeah its a giuven with high gain and loud voluems you need a noise gate.
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