#1
I love feedback and I was taught to love it but I wanna know how to control so I can play songs that I want feedback and songs where I think it'll disturb the sound. I have an Ibanez Tubescreamer 9 with a Peavey Audition 20 AMP.

The amp has Volume, Gain, Low, Med, & High.
TS9 has Drive, Tone, & Level


Currently I have the amp on 10, 8, 8, 5, 4 from this other thread I've made back when I didn't have a pedal.
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#2
mute the strings when you don't want feedback. i suggest turning the volume down, you can still get feedback at lower levels, but it's more controlable when lower.
#3
I do mute the strings. Still feedbacks. I've tried that already.
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#5
What's that? And I don't plan on getting a new amp soon, bro.
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#6
turn the guitars volume down to 0 when you're not playing
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#9
Ahh, the gain. I'll try that. And if I put the volume down to 0 I wont have enough time to put it back up if Im actually playing something. What does the gain do anyway? So I could get better at these type of things.
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#10
Quote by crash 2.0
Ahh, the gain. I'll try that. And if I put the volume down to 0 I wont have enough time to put it back up if Im actually playing something. What does the gain do anyway? So I could get better at these type of things.

On most newer amps it's distortion...
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