#2
Are you using the RP250 on the amps distortion channel?
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#4
i have a pedal with a soundgate on it. get one of those i get a ****load of distortion when i play but none inbetween notes. its a line 6 pedal.
#5
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i have a pedal with a soundgate on it. get one of those i get a ****load of distortion when i play but none inbetween notes. its a line 6 pedal.

It has a soundgate, but the feedback finds a way through because it's so sensitive to feedback.
#7
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you guys are good - you all should have jumped in the air when the guitar first kicks in

seriously though it's most likely the stock pickups in your guitar.

btw - for that tune you've probably got too much gain anyway

Thanks- I know I have too much gain but I couldn't really get the right tone for the song because I think the Jet guy uses single coils and blah blah blah too lazy to refine my tone.

Is there any way I could fix my pups to reduce feedback? Probably too much of a hassle, but I remember hearing something about wax reducing feedback.
#8
Ok, so you're too lazy to refine your tone but you're thinking of going to the hassle of arseing around with molten wax?

Just learn to use your equipment properly.
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