#1
So I've recently been starting to play with my friend (he plays drums I play guitar) and whenever I turn up my amp and distortion pedal loud enough so I can hear over his drums, I get AWFUL feedback . So I was wondering if this pedal would help get rid of that: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Boss-NS2-Noise-Suppressor-Pedal?sku=151331.
And btw, I have a 100 W peavy amp and a Boss Metal Zone 2 distortion pedal if that matters.
#2
turn the volume on your guitar down

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#4
Won't turning the volume on the guitar down kinda kill the tone? At least it did at lower volumes.
#6
What guitar are you using?
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#7
An Ibanez, one of the kinda cheap ones. But soon to be using a Schecter Hellraiser
#8
The pedal will help but dont buy boss noise compresser, get sumthing cheaper. There is a much cheaper dunlop(I think its a dunlop) will do the job if ur not at really, really high volumes.
#9
I suposse your feedback problems come from the low quality pickups your guitar must have. I had the same problem with one of my guitars until I change the pickups.
Hell is empty. All the devils are here. - William Shakespeare
#10
Oh I see. Well then I suppose I'll wait to buy a pedal till I get my Hellraiser and see if that makes a difference. Thanks.