#1
Okay.
Whenever i'm practicing with my band.
I get really bad feedback sometimes.
I stand atleast 10 feet away from my amp.
I play my amp through the clean channel using a Digitech RP50 and a distortion pedal.
I've tried messing with my amp and RP50s EQ and I have the noise gate on the RP50 all the way up.
I still have problems.
What can I do to eliminate feedback?
Buy a better noise gate?
Lower my gain settings?
Or reorder my pedals?

Help?


#2
I have the same problem with my Line 6 PODxt Live. Never got any answers on that thread!
I turned down the drive/gain on mine, although I really didn't want to. It just wasn't enough anger in it then.
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#5
Quote by losing_life
turn your treble down


Didn't work for me... I even tried turning it all the way down. =/
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#6
Quote by Artemis Entreri
Embrace the feedback.

Nah. Ummm. You already have a noise gate? What kind of amp?



A Drive G120, not a really known amp.
My amp has Prescence, Treble, Mids and Bass controls.
I play Death Metal/Thrash Metal/[Blank]core.
I don't scoop my mids.
#7
Hmmm... a new noise gate would help. Try standing in a different place from the amp. Sometimes when I stand in one place mine will give feedback, and other places won't.

Lowering your gain would fix it, but I doubt you want to do that....

Noise gate should be the best way to do it. Kind of expensive though.
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#8
Quote by Artemis Entreri
Hmmm... a new noise gate would help. Try standing in a different place from the amp. Sometimes when I stand in one place mine will give feedback, and other places won't.

Lowering your gain would fix it, but I doubt you want to do that....

Noise gate should be the best way to do it. Kind of expensive though.



What kinda gate do you recommend?
#11
try putting all the equalizer knobs at zero, or try turning the end of the cord left and right, or clean the inputs.
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#12
Wheew both are over 100.

try this one http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Boss-NS2-Noise-Suppressor-Pedal?sku=151331

one of my friends has it. It's okay. Actually, they are both like 15$ over 100. If you can I'd say go for the EHX.

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