#1
Im running my Ibanez RG350DX into a Digitech Death Metal into my Marshall MG100DFX. Im getting crazy feedback even when my pedal is at a low level and my amp is also. Is there a way to eliminate this without spending money?
#2
Noise gate would be your best bet but you have to spend some cash for it. try to lower the master volume and the volume on your guitar.
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#3
Im in a hardcore band so my master volume will have to be pretty high. I only had it at like 2 today and I was still getting feedback
#6
maybe your drive channel is on?
Ibanez RG321MH (Air Classic/Tone Zone)
Fernandes Telecaster (Twang King/stock bridge pickup)
Blackstar HT-20 (Scumback 55 speaker/ Tung Sol tubes)
TC Electronic Nova Repeater
Lava Cables Clear Connect, Soar and Mini ELC
#7
The channel volume thing didn't work. How much would a noise gate run me?
#9
well i got some pedal problems but it doesnt have anything to do about tone or volume. i have an Ibanez Sonic Distortion pedal, sounds great for metal. the problem i have is, well i dont know if i shorted something out in the pedal, since i use 9 volts (dont have an adapter), but i do have both cables plugged in the ports, and i dont know what happened to the pedal
if its a circuits problem, then can someone help me please?
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#10
You could stand further away from the amp, you could turn the amp away from you and you could place it a good bit away from other guitars, amps and other electrical stuff.

And maybe turn the gain down a bit.
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