#1
my amp gets a lot of feedback when im close to it. it only happens with my fernandes monterrey but not with my ibanez . any suggestions??
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#3
You shouldn't be close to the amp for one.
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#4
It might be the pickups, but amps usually do feed back when you're close to them so don't really worry about it.
#5
Quote by Colgate Total
Don't face the amp, and stand further away. Perhaps turn the gain down a bit.


it most likely is the guitar cus it doesnt happen with my ibanez =\
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#7
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Better pickup has better shield against feedback.


but it didnt even happen with my first act.... and those pickups are sooooooo ****ty
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#8
Quote by meanppls7
it most likely is the guitar cus it doesnt happen with my ibanez =\


It's your pickups, the Ibanez is better suited for high gain situations. Either that, or you should replace your cord.
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#9
probably because the pickups are so lame on the first act, they are about 5 turns on each coil.
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#10
Quote by Gabbastard
probably because the pickups are so lame on the first act, they are about 5 turns on each coil.


so because theyre lame they dont give feedback like the emg-hz on my fernandes??
i dont think so...
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#11
if you understood electromagnetic theory youd understand why.
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2001 Ibanez RG470
Peavey Bandit 112
Fender Superchamp XD
USA Jackson SL1
#12
ok well wut can i do or check for other than not being close to my amp?
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