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Re: feedback problems


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Posted by A Juras on June 22, 2001 at 22:54:06:

In Reply to: feedback problems posted by sean p on June 22, 2001 at 17:29:51:

Feedback will always be a problem in a rock type setting, with the setup you are using. There are a few tricks that I have found to mimimize and somtimes erase feedback problems. The first, and usually best way, is to block the F-holes with foam, or masking tape(as long as it won't mar the finish). Another trick you can use which has 2 advantages, is to point the amp right at the wall, and fairly close. This keeps the sound waves from hitting the instrument directly, and gives you a fuller sound, as it fills the room. I hope I have been of some help!


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