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  • It'd been a while since I'd experienced this...

    Saturday night, the guitar amp mic (609 hanging right on the grille) was on the verge of feeding back through the DS wedge, and the singer/guitar player still couldn't hear his amp*. *sigh* .png" alt=":smileyfrustrated:" title="Smiley Frustrated" />

     

    *a Fender Deville which was ripping my face off about 30' out.

     

    -Dan.

    formerly known as IsildursBane

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    Dumb question, you didn't have it the wrong way, did you?  Lol.

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    • #3

      +1 on having that Sennheiser mic backwards?  Silver side facing amp?

       

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      • DanBAP
        DanBAP commented
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        Oh yes, they were pointed the correct way and there was plenty of guitar going to his wedge.

         

        This was a combination of mushy tone, level mismatch between patches, and hearing damage.

         

        -Dan.


    • #4

      DanBAP wrote:

      *a Fender Deville which was ripping my face off about 30' out.

      If all was as it should be the wedge would have to be quite a bit louder than his amp to feed back .


      "We Have Met the Enemy and He is Us" - Walt Kelly​

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      • Unalaska
        Unalaska commented
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        I had a guitar player have 2k feedback between guitar and amp. He compressed his tone so much along with too much makeup gain that it would squeal when he didn't play. Drove me nuts for a set or 2 until I asked him about it. And he swore he was Soundguy friendly because he didn't play loud! NO!

    • #5
      NO SIGNATURE FOR YOU!!

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