#1
I have a Jackson Kelly ke-3 and it has some duncan designed pickups that look just like the seymour duncan invader pickup. I love the sound of the pickup but it is giving me some major problems with feedback and i'm not sure if it is just how the pickup is or if i should have it fixed. Basically, if i turn the volume of my my Line 6 spider 3 2x12 up past about 3 or 4 it puts out a constant ear piercing squeal that is next to impossible to stop. Sometime i can get it to stop by touching the sides of the pickup and holding it and it slowly fades out. Anybody have and explanations for this?
#3
yeah it doesn't matter how far away i stand. i've already tried standing far away, lowering the pickup, and taping the pickup down. I'm just wondering if i were to buy a real invader pickup if it would do the same thing.
#4
is it feedback from the strings vibrating ?
if not then probably the pick up isnt waxed and the coils inside are vibrating
Last edited by supersac at Sep 18, 2010,
#5
no it isn't from the strings. i took it to a guitar shop and they said the pickup was just super high output and it would have that feedback no matter what but i have a friend witht he same guitar and his doesn't do it.