#1
ok i have a ibanez rg370dx and when i turn my amp up so i can play along with drums at a band practice i am pretty much constantly getting feedback. ive tried different settings on my amp like turning the gain and treble down etc but nout works.
Whats my best option for trying to reduce the feedback???
thanks
#2
Stand further away from your amp?

What amp are you using?
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#3
ive tried standing further away and that dont seem to work.
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#5
ive only had it for about a year and i play it everyday. i thought it might be the pickups being to sensitive coz i even had trouble at a gig where they mic the amp up and it was still gettin feedback through the PA. would a noise reduction pedal help?
#6
When you say feedback do you mean squeely annoying noises or buzz/hum? If its hum its the electronics and shielding, or maybe a cable, and yeh a noise reduction pedal would help. However if it is proper feedback then thats very odd.
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#7
i am also a proud owner of a line 6 spider amp and mine has the same problem if you turn up the volume to 5 and over, just stand further away from the amp, that works
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#9
i made the unforgiveable mistake to buy one
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#10
yeah i was waiting for soem people to start talking bout the amp haha but yeah i do need a new one.
and yeah its proper feedaback, when i stop playing i just proper feedback occurs and i cant get around it and whilst im playing it still affects the sound
#12
check your input jack.my ibanez had the same problem. tap the metal part of the cable when its plugged in and turned on if you hear a noise its you input jack.
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#13
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ive only had it for about a year and i play it everyday. i thought it might be the pickups being to sensitive coz i even had trouble at a gig where they mic the amp up and it was still gettin feedback through the PA. would a noise reduction pedal help?


I'm an avid player too everyday for hours and that kinda killed my pick-ups. and yeah that pedal would help.