#1
Im using a,
Squire Vintage Modified Telecaster Custom,

http://www.dv247.com/guitars/squier-vintage-modified-telecaster-custom-electric-guitar-black-maple-neck--34777%29">LINK TO GUITAR

Im running my Squier Tele through a Line 6 Spider IV (75 Watt's), im using the Metal red LED channel going through a Behringer Noise Limiter, my volumes around 2 O'clock and still seems to squeel with feedback unless I have my hands covering the strings which obviously is impossible all the time.

Even with the pedal on max it makes my tone sound absaloute shitee and still squeels a tadge,

this guitar has two high-output humbuckers. My other guitars are all single coil iBanez's, and this is the only guitar I have a problem with.



Any idea's?



Cheers,.
#2
bad grounding?
Gear

Schecter C-1 Hellraiser Fr
Fender Stratocaster HW1
Squier Vint mod P-bass
Boss DS-2 distortion
electro-harmonics "Small Clone"
Roland GA-60 combo amplifier (nickname "Nap attack")
#3
Quote by prevenge178
bad grounding?


Any idea's on what I can do?


I don't get this problem with any Single Coil pickups like my iBanez Darknight or BC Rich,
#5
I have the same with my ESP LTD EC-1000 and I play on a Line 6 Spider IV (terrible amp I know...). I play mostly on Metal red LED channel with the gain all the way up and the amount of feedback is just insane but I don't have any when I plug my Gibson SG in it, weird.