#1
I've being wondering if i need to get a new guitar to play metal. Currently I have a BC Rich Warlock. I'm in a grindcore band and when i put the distortion on the big Marshalls full there is a lot of feedback inbetween playing. Is this a matter of the guitar not being able to handle the level of distortion or can amps just not handle it
#2
What kind of Marshall? If it is an MG that is your problem.

But I also have a feeling the guitar is a Bronze series also which is also a big factor


You could benefit greatly from a noise gate
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#3
Try one or all of these:

Turn the volume of your guitar down.

Turn your amp down.

Turn the gain down on your amp.

Stand farther away from the amp.

Turn your amp to face away from you.

Find the feedback frequency and use the amps EQ to dial that frequency down.

Turn on the noise gate on your amp (if present.)

Get a Noise Gate pedal.
#4
Quote by Deathblossoms96
I've being wondering if i need to get a new guitar to play metal. Currently I have a BC Rich Warlock. I'm in a grindcore band and when i put the distortion on the big Marshalls full there is a lot of feedback inbetween playing. Is this a matter of the guitar not being able to handle the level of distortion or can amps just not handle it


Generally, you'll find that you need far LESS distortion than you'd think.

Your guitar is fine. Your amp is fine.

You've got the gain cranked up a bit too high and you're probably a bit too close to your amp. A noise gate will help things (but be careful with it; you can overdo noisegates, too). Look into the ISP Technologies Decimator G series.