#1
so my ds1 sounds good, but at any high volume (clean or otherwise) it buzzes like a maniac. how do i fix this? i want to know how, even turning down the distortion/volume it still buzzes.

help? (i have no efx loop.)
#3
Mine did that too, you'll have to get used to it (or do what I did; get rid of it).
#4
feedback you mean?
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#5
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feedback you mean?


yeah, and its bugging the f!ck out of me.

^^so how do i get it's tone w/o the feedback?
#8
^ 5 feet isnt that much...when cranked im at least...say 4 meters away...thats like 12 feet.
#9
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^ 5 feet isnt that much...when cranked im at least...say 4 meters away...thats like 12 feet.


ive only got 10 feet of cable :|
#10
invest in a 15ft+ cable then. distance definitely helps.
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#11
ok now i think it might be the adapters.

im using $7 adapters.

if i got a dc brick with a daisy chain, would that fix this?
#12
anyone?

other than distance, and quality supply of power, are there any other tips and tricks?
#14
to know if ur power supply is causing excess noise, all u need to do is use a 9volt battery.

if the noise is gone, u got ur answer.
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#15
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noise eating pirhanas?






i actually lol'ed!

^im not sure if this is possible.

but.

the noise has stopped.

the last time i checked the noise thing was when it was with my bassist, his amp right next to mine, could that of been it?
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#17
well u didnt respond to my post, but ill continue here.

move away from the bass amp, u could have some tube rattling.
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#18
It could be the adapter, it could be your cables, it could be your pedal.


Have you tried getting a noise suppressor to put after the pedal in order to eliminate most of the noise? That could very well work.
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