#1
when i am playing i use the Zoom G2.1U and kirk hammets Wah pedal and 50 WATT Marshall amp and i get alot of feedback which pedal can i use to get rid of this

thanks
#3
What sort of guitar to you have? Feedback usually comes from either too much volume/gain or crappy pickups - or a combination of both.

You could also look at the settings you have dialled into your Zoom.Are you running super-high gain with heaps of treble?
#4
i have a jackson RR2, if i get a Noise gate or suppressor will that help with the feedback

thanks
#5
of course it will help feedback, that's what noise suppressors are made for.
i'd suggest the isp decimator if you dont really have a budget, however if you're looking for something cheaper maybe a used ns-2 would fit your budget more.
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#7
The ZOOM has noise reduction built into it. Many times its just tweaking settings that will eliminate most feedback. The ZOOM has quite a few places in settings that you can get to much signal sent to an amp. The one I had the master vol would reset itself every time it was turned off, the master vol being way to loud for practical use. So before you go buy a suppressor mess with your settings turning some things down. As said to much volume or gain can give you feedback.
#8
i HIGHLY recommend getting an ISP Decimator noise reduction pedal. I bought one a few weeks ago and i cant play without it. All your hums, hisses and feedbacks, gone with one step =P

Review: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlsxBwmY5ZY
And its done by a black guy! Friggin awesome =P
I bought the pedal on ebay as soon as i saw this review =P
#9
Quote by Tackleberry
The ZOOM has noise reduction built into it. Many times its just tweaking settings that will eliminate most feedback. The ZOOM has quite a few places in settings that you can get to much signal sent to an amp. The one I had the master vol would reset itself every time it was turned off, the master vol being way to loud for practical use. So before you go buy a suppressor mess with your settings turning some things down. As said to much volume or gain can give you feedback.



i know it has built it noise reduction matey but its no9t that good at all really so a Noise Suppressor will be better thanks anyway mate