#2
Sounds a bad speaker connection maybe?

EDIT: It's a head, so i'm assuming it's not your cab lol

Does it only happen when adjusting the gain, and on both channels? Maybe try reseating your tubes first
Last edited by AxSilentxLine at Sep 7, 2010,
#3
Although it sounds quite scary, I kind of dig the weird choppy effect it gives off. Also... How in the name of Zeus are you getting that level of gain with your gain set to 1?! Sounds magnificent before the buzz-saw effect starts up.
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#4
Quote by AxSilentxLine
Sounds a bad speaker connection maybe?

EDIT: It's a head, so i'm assuming it's not your cab lol

Does it only happen when adjusting the gain, and on both channels? Maybe try reseating your tubes first


the louder it gets, the problem gets worse. doesn't matter if it's rhythm or lead channel. It could be cabinet. I will try some other head/cab combinations and see what happens.
#5
Quote by Mopy
Although it sounds quite scary, I kind of dig the weird choppy effect it gives off. Also... How in the name of Zeus are you getting that level of gain with your gain set to 1?! Sounds magnificent before the buzz-saw effect starts up.


I'm using SD blackouts.
#6
Quote by hoyer
I'm using SD blackouts.


I've got an EMG 81 in the bridge, so it mustn't be that. But by god, the level of gain you're getting with it only on 1 is jizz worthy.
Mind if I come round and steal your rig?
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#7
Quote by Mopy

Mind if I come round and steal your rig?


go ahead, it's obviously malfunctioning