#1
Hi guys

I posted a while ago on here about my npd, which was the Toyroom Fx Chuleta fuzz. It sounds great, but when I turn my amp up (Peavey Classic 30) past 3 or 4, it starts to feedback. And this isn't just when I let a note ring out. Even while muting the strings, standing 10 feet away from the amp, it's just solid screeching. It isn't the guitar because it does that with another one too.

I don't think it's the pedal, but I'm not sure what is causing it. It should be usable past 3 on the amp. Let me know if you have any ideas

Thanks
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#2
If I'm correct, fuzzes oscillate especially easily when used with a wah. Something about the impedance. Do you have a wah in your rig? People have solved this by using a buffer in between the wah and fuzz, but I'm not sure if that's the case here.
#4
what does it do at a high volume without the fuzz?

can you try it with another amp? another guitar?

i also think it could be a microphonic preamp tube.
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If I'm correct, fuzzes oscillate especially easily when used with a wah. Something about the impedance. Do you have a wah in your rig? People have solved this by using a buffer in between the wah and fuzz, but I'm not sure if that's the case here.


that's only with original fuzzes from the 60s (although a few new ones use the same circuit without the correction). simple fix for that is to put the wah after the fuzz. most new fuzz pedals have the impedence thing fixed so it's not an issue

how much gain are you using from the amp? you may have a microphonic tube as well.
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Haha. Ill try swapping out the tubes tonight when I get home. If that doesn't work ill answer the other questions.
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Out of curiosity is it still the same when you mess around with the guitar vol knob while the amp is passed 3?

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that's only with original fuzzes from the 60s (although a few new ones use the same circuit without the correction). simple fix for that is to put the wah after the fuzz. most new fuzz pedals have the impedence thing fixed so it's not an issue

how much gain are you using from the amp? you may have a microphonic tube as well.
Thanks for clarifying c: And on second thought, +1 check for microphonic tubes. Either tap the end of the preamps with a pencil eraser end (with the amp on) or just try the amp and guitar without the fuzz/wah.
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#10
Update: It wasn't the preamps, and without the fuzz it had very little feedback, and only when it was almost cranked.

I was able to fix it by putting the fuzz before my wah. It still has a bit of feedback at much louder volumes, but I can deal with that.
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Out of curiosity is it still the same when you mess around with the guitar vol knob while the amp is passed 3?

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