#1
i have a marshall stack and whenever im jamming with my band the feedback is so loud every time i stop playing that its almost deafening, now i have tried everything from standing as far a way as possible but still nothing and even turning it down but then i cant hear my guitar over the drums.
It is the first big amp i have ever owned so i really need some help or my band members are gonna go deaf and probly kill me.

JAH
#2
Well try to get use to it, or when you don't play turn off the volume on the guitar.
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#3
too much distortion?
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#4
Are u using single coils ? If u got too much gain + sc pups = death
#7
well if your not playing you could turn it off or if its not playing for a few bars you could control the feedback by whammying which always souds cool

also maybe your amp has a noise reduction thing and your is off
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#9
try rolling off the tone on your guitar( I'm guessing that its on 10 right now)and if you have a hollowbody try stuffing rags in the f holes