#1
okay so ive seen people use different pedals at once or they use their distortion channel with a distortion pedal, but they don't get much feedback but when i try it, my amp goes crazy....i have a vox AD50VT and im using a wylde overdrive with it...maybe im doing something wrong?
#3
Also mabye a noise suppressor would help?
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Jackson DKMG
Peavey 6505 Head
Orange PPC412
Boss NS-2
#4
Maybe because people who are using "distortion" pedals wich are mostly overdrive pedals, are using them to boost their lead channel or to tight their amps up. What you're are probably doing is using your distortion pedal are you would normally use it over your lead channel wich will cause a sh*t load of feedback.
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#5
^+1, overdrives as a boost only works on tube amps.
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Douglas WRL90
SX SR1 STD Plus
J&D Strat
Squier Tele
Sammick TR2
Douglas Draco
Peavey JSX
Bugera V5
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#6
Mixing pedals with modeling amp = generally not a good idea.
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