#1
I've never really had any problems with my amp until I attcually turned it up... I figured at first that just high gain, but I turned it down and didn't make much difference... Can anyone tell me what it could be

I play a spider II by the way, and unless you got something help to say don't start bashing my ****in' amp.
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#2
Don't face the amp.

Otherwise, really loud volumes can just feedback sometimes. Keep your strings muted and work around it, or buy a noise gate.

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#3
well even when I'm not facing the amp it goes crazy I think it might be the guitar, but I'm not sure...
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#5
Do the Spider II's come with a built-in noise gate? My old Spider III did, and that was probably the best part of the amp.. it worked like a charm.

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#6
What kind of feedback is it, is it really squealy and penetrating or the kind you get when you leave a note ringing and it starts to feed back?
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