#1
It does this strange wooshing/crackly noise right after I stop a riff on the overdrive channel, I don't have this problem on clean, just the overdrive channel, it also does this ringing like a mic would if it was close to a speaker. That just recently started happening...and my amp is only halfway up to it's full potential (or the knobs full turn)

Here's an mp3 of what I'm talking about, I have a talent show and battle of the bands coming up very soon, this really sucks, I've gotta get this fixed.

http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.php?action=download&ufid=EFEA246D597B1F66

Any idea what's going on/how to fix it?
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#2
Hey dude, based on what I heard all you need is a noise surpressor pedal. You can purchase a great one made by Boss called the NS-2 for bout 120$ canadian.. Works great and should fix your problem.
#3
^ +.5 True its a feedback/noise problem. Tips stand further away from your amp, shield your pups, stand away form any tv or comp. and get a GOOD noise gate like the ISP decimator. the ns-2 is crap.
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#4
OK, you're right, I didn't have my noise suppressor on in that...

But I know it's not a need for a noise suppressor,because it sounds like it's shorting out or something and it just recently started doing this, so I know it's a problem and not just lack of a noise suppressor pedal...If you listen just right after I hit that power chord you here this low wooshing like crackling it sounds terrible haha.

and I've changed out every single tube in the back and it's still doing it.
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#6
Quote by Three11Rules
Any ideas?


? Mesa didn't really have any idea except for taking it to the local mesa authorized shop, but that could mean I don't get it back for somewhere around 2-4 weeks, and I don't have that kind of time...
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