#1
Does this really work? I just want to do everything possible to help make my amp as quiet as possible. I just got a Peavey 6505 212. I have an ISP Decimator, but I also have EMG passive pickups, so I also bought 81/60 combo for it, would that little thing really work all that great for getting rid of hum? Anybody here have one?
Amps
Mesa Dual Recto 3 Ch
Peavey 6505 Combo

Cab
ENGL E212VH Cab

Guitars
Epi Explorer
Schecter Damien 6
Squier Strat (signed by Rob Zombie!)

Pedals
ISP Decimator
Dunlop Crybaby Original
Boss CE-5 Chorus Ensenble
Boss GE-7 Equalizer
#3
It works, but only if the source of the noise is bad power. High output pickups and a noisy amp are usually the bigger problem. A good power conditioner would cost you only a few dollars more and do the same thing with multiple outlets.
#4
Quote by Roc8995
It works, but only if the source of the noise is bad power. High output pickups and a noisy amp are usually the bigger problem. A good power conditioner would cost you only a few dollars more and do the same thing with multiple outlets.


Yeah, if the Decimator isn't solving your problems, it's probably a ground loop problem. You can get a cheap power conditioner from Furman .
#6
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i would but a monster power outlet cause monster are awsome



Stay with Furman. I refuse to buy monster products after seeing their many unethical and totally bogus business practices.
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