#1
I am by no means an expert guitarist, nor do I have an extensive knowledge of guitar related technology.

That being said, I recently purchased a new 300 watt amp (Peavey Bandit) so I can play bars with my friends, and I am having feedback issues like never before. Even if the amp is not loud at all, I get some serious feedback.

What gives?
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#2
Maybe your cable's broke and you need a replacement?

Does your amp have a grounding plug?

Is your guitar properly grounded?

Did the amp have the feedback when you tested it in-store?
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#3
I've tried several cables. Still happens.

They are both grounded. I made double sure.

And no it didn't. That's why I'm confused.
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#4
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They are both grounded. I made double sure.


As in the power cable has the 3rd grounding pin?

Does it have that feedback with your guitar unplugged?

Have you tried the amp with another power outlet in the house?

The other point I'd check is if your guitar is properly shielded.
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