#1
Right i use a jet city jca100h and a fender tele 72 deluxe.

The problem is in the rehersal studio when i use my bridge pickup with the amount of gain and volume id like i get an excessive high pitched feed back. when i switch to using both pick ups it goes away. Anyway i can fix this? I mean ive thought about buying a decimator or other noise gate as the ovious option.

But ive also thought about upgrading my pickups for some seymore duncans.

Would a change of pickups solve the problem or is it a common problem when using the bridge pick up?
#2
More than likely it's the position & loudness of your monitor.
Richard

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#4
If it disappears in the middle position it's getting the hum gone as its acting somewhat like a humbucker. You're getting typical single coil hum. Get the noise gate and you should be alright.
#5
Quote by billabob
You mean the vocal monitors? I dont mic up my guitar at rehersal.

I was assuming you had a monitor in front of you (for whatever mix you want). Or there's your position in front of your cabinet.

If moving around doesn't change it, then a noise gate ought to. CorpseMangler 'splained it well.
Richard

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#6
Aww sorry i forgot to mention to anyone not familiar the guitar is already fitted with humbuckers. And yer there is a 2 monitors for the vox infront of me both sides of the walls.
Last edited by billabob at Feb 11, 2012,
#7
Does the neck pup hum? Could be dodgey wiring.
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#8
yer i thought it could be down to dodgy wiring, i had a guy at the local music shop sort out a grounding issue but i think he ****ed it up. How would i go about checking too see if the wirings ok? i know nothing about wiring at all :S The neck pup doesnt hum just the bridge.