#1
So if i get a humbucker it will stop feedback? whats a nice versitile and metal sounding one for around 80$?
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#2
Don't bother, just save up for a decent guitar. You might as well put 20" alloys on a Pinto.
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#3
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Don't bother, just save up for a decent guitar. You might as well put 20" alloys on a Pinto.


i know... but geting a humbucker seems like the only feasable way to get rid of my feedback.. i can like barely play with a drumer and get it to not screech feedback. i want to get a humbucker so that the stupid feedback wont be a limit on my gain and volume.
Gear:

Guitar
Recording king RD 22
Ibanez Jet King JTK2
Dean bass guitar

Amp
Peavey ValveKing 212
Bass Acoustic b100
#4
Turn your gain down
Don't turn the amp up so loud
Tell your drummer not to hit so hard
Get a new amp
Get a new guitar

Those are your options.

Humbuckers still give feedback.
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#5
well you have a strat, retro fitting a humbucker on one would take work routing, plus youd have to do wiring work if you want to keep the 5 way switching system, so $80 is not all you will need, i dont mean to bring you down, just with labor it will cost a tad more
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#7
Quote by ILoveGuitar07
its gonna feedback no matter what pickups you use.......wrong solution to the real problem!


which is?
Gear:

Guitar
Recording king RD 22
Ibanez Jet King JTK2
Dean bass guitar

Amp
Peavey ValveKing 212
Bass Acoustic b100
#8
turn the gain down or get a new amp........but ive never played your setup so i cant tell you the best possible advice.
#9
Dont stand so damn close to the amp. Longer cable = reduced feeback.
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#10
Feedback is caused by soundwaves from the amp vibrating the strings. You still get feedback using a humbucker. Humbuckers just reduce humming.
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#11
^What he said.

If you still want a HB you can get a single sized HB for a strat. IF you wanna cheap one get a look into GFS pups.
#12
Quote by GuitarNinja12
Feedback is caused by soundwaves from the amp vibrating the strings. .



So why does a microphone feedback then ?

( Sorry smartarse reply )
#13
Microphones have a diaphragm in them that picks up vibrations from your voice - if they start to pick up from the PA then that vibrates them more, which makes more sound from the PA etc....so basically exactly the same way as a guitar
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