#1
alright i have a metal muff and its awesome but when i turn the treble up too high i get this high almost like spacey sound on my amp (which is a line 6 spider III don't judge) i like my sound really trebley so how can i fix this, or should i just upgrade the amp?
#2
Sounds like you're just getting feedback

And yes, please upgrade your amp.
#4
i forgot to add it's whenever i play something on the b or high e string, it goes away when i mute everything
#5
Quote by trojanfan12
i forgot to add it's whenever i play something on the b or high e string, it goes away when i mute everything


I've heard bass amps make a spacey sound on a fifth string on a smaller amp, but I've never had it happen on a guitar.
I'd say get a new amp.
#7
Does it sound synthy? Cause I get a synthy kind of fuzz with my Little Big Muff's tone knob all the way up, and using my guitar's bridge pickup.
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#8
Quote by trojanfan12
i forgot to add it's whenever i play something on the b or high e string, it goes away when i mute everything


That's feedback. Spider 3 + pedals = bad. Get a new amp.
#9
Get a new amp, you shouldn´t use distortion pedals with model amps... it sounds awful when i plug my metal muff to my Spider. But it sounds better with my Fender (but Tube beats everything! i hate being poor.....)
Gear
Ibanez RG2550E
ESP/LTD M-10
Fender FM212R amp
EHX Metal Muff
Ibanez WP-7 Wah