#1
as you can see from my sig, i have a keeley modded ts9. problem is i just cant find a good setting for it go well with my amp. either it gives a barley audible boost or it give still a almost non noticible boost and extreme feedback.

so does anyone have any good settings for it?

my gain on amp is around 7-8

remember i want more od to get some heavier sound
Gear
-Ibanez RG321 ( /w D-Sonic)
-Agile AL-3100 (/w Custom + '59)
-Yamaha FG730S
-Crybaby 535Q
-Keeley TS-9
-ISP Decimator
-B-52 AT-212
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#2
You could always get a Noise Suppressor and put it after your TS-9 to eliminate some of the extra feedback.
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#3
im actually planning on getting an isp decimator as soon as the cash starts flowing in but until then i cant really do anything about the feedback when using the pedal (excpet not using it at all which would pretty much make the ts9and the mod a waste of money)
Gear
-Ibanez RG321 ( /w D-Sonic)
-Agile AL-3100 (/w Custom + '59)
-Yamaha FG730S
-Crybaby 535Q
-Keeley TS-9
-ISP Decimator
-B-52 AT-212
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#4
Hmm, well maybe equal out the teble on the settings. I don't know about the TS9, but does it have a treble setting on it? If so, turn it down a little, and turn your amps tone downa little as well, that way you'll eliminate some of the higher end frequencies, hopefully eliminating a good chunk of the feedback.

Possible add a little more bass, too?

try it, and see if it works.
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#5
thx

anyone have any other tips?
Gear
-Ibanez RG321 ( /w D-Sonic)
-Agile AL-3100 (/w Custom + '59)
-Yamaha FG730S
-Crybaby 535Q
-Keeley TS-9
-ISP Decimator
-B-52 AT-212
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#6
If your amp has a resonance and/or a presence knob? If so, turn them down a little, so there's more low end signal, and less high end signals. Also, stand/sit a little further away from the amp, so there's not as much noise from the pickups to the speaker.


Just a thought. Not for sure results, though.
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#7
it does have a res knob but i always have it on low. i know there is always feedback because i am always close to my comp and amp but when i turn the pedal on there is feedback that goes on even if i leave the room with the guitar.

so any more tips?
Gear
-Ibanez RG321 ( /w D-Sonic)
-Agile AL-3100 (/w Custom + '59)
-Yamaha FG730S
-Crybaby 535Q
-Keeley TS-9
-ISP Decimator
-B-52 AT-212
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#8
It could be messed.

Are you using it for it's tone, or for boosting your tone? If you're using it solely for it's tone, make sure you're on the clean channel first, then turn it on.

If you're using it just for a boost, try taking the gain down, and adding volume, or vice-versa, as opposed to having them both up.

Not sure if it'll work, but give it a shot.
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