#1
So, just got it off ebay and it works great. The only problem is that i get a MASSIVE amount of noise when at the store and in reviews, people said that they get the slightest bit.

I'm playing an epi les paul classic through a Fender 100w Frontman. Could it be where it is on my pedalboard? Right now it's like this.

Quitar>Whammy pedal>DD-3>10-band>Wah>Amp.

What's wrong?
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#2
Have you tried it with different cables etc? That could be a problem, and also make sure the lights not flashing so that it clips

But aside from that...hrm...mine's usually silent [honestly] but if it does it on it's own and the input jacks and shizzle are fine then i guess you'll have to get a refund from the seller for a dodgy product - also make sure the plug isn't too close to it
#3
I'm not sure what the problem is but when my crybaby was making noise, i called them up at jim dunlop and they had me send it in for $50 and they got it working again. Their customer support was excellent, if you have the cash to send it in.
#4
Quote by philipisabeast
Have you tried it with different cables etc? That could be a problem, and also make sure the lights not flashing so that it clips

But aside from that...hrm...mine's usually silent [honestly] but if it does it on it's own and the input jacks and shizzle are fine then i guess you'll have to get a refund from the seller for a dodgy product - also make sure the plug isn't too close to it


actually, if i play loud enough or i should say hard enough, the gain and volume do flash when i hit the strings hard enough.
"We barely remember who or what came before this precious moment"

Tool, anyone?
Alter Bridge, maybe?
A bit of John Mayer?
Some beethoven sounds delightful, as well.
#5
2 questions, do you live in an urban area? and do you use a wallwart with it?
i live in atlanta, ga and pick up radio stations when i use a wall wart. when used with batteries it works fine. and mine was made 20+ yrs ago, which should mean it was made better than what you get these days.
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#6
Quote by Pedalboard
actually, if i play loud enough or i should say hard enough, the gain and volume do flash when i hit the strings hard enough.


That could be it, you need to fiddle with those sliders - it means that you'll have no definition with the higher/lower ends of the sound spectrum and i spose that could change it, but if it's only if you exceptionally whack the strings, i'd say its not a problem [you only need to tickle the strings]

But check power and then cables then contact Dunlop, otherwise return it to the Ebayer
#7
Quote by philipisabeast
That could be it, you need to fiddle with those sliders - it means that you'll have no definition with the higher/lower ends of the sound spectrum and i spose that could change it, but if it's only if you exceptionally whack the strings, i'd say its not a problem [you only need to tickle the strings]

But check power and then cables then contact Dunlop, otherwise return it to the Ebayer


Ok, I'll figure it out with these suggestion but i think it found the problem. Thanks people
"We barely remember who or what came before this precious moment"

Tool, anyone?
Alter Bridge, maybe?
A bit of John Mayer?
Some beethoven sounds delightful, as well.