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 Post subject: Torpedo Reload issue
PostPosted: Mon, Oct 01, 2018 6:29am 
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Hi all.
Do anyone have issue like this (files attached) ? It's whistling for some reason.


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 Post subject: Re: Torpedo Reload issue
PostPosted: Mon, Oct 01, 2018 7:09am 
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You are likely getting some electro-magnetic coupling between 2 of the reload, your amp and your guitar. Try moving the Reload a few feet away and standing a bit back. Once you find the culprit, you can move things back closer to the point before the squealing occurs.

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sysexguy wrote:
You are likely getting some electro-magnetic coupling between 2 of the reload, your amp and your guitar. Try moving the Reload a few feet away and standing a bit back. Once you find the culprit, you can move things back closer to the point before the squealing occurs.

I tried everything like that. Step away, set away from the amp e.t.c

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 Post subject: Re: Torpedo Reload issue
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Usually that kind of feedback happens when either there is too much gain and/or volume, or the guitar is picking up something.

Like a Reload on top of the amp, if the amp is pushed hard, car get the signal from then output transformer of the amp.... :/

Usual recommendation is to try to work with the volume/gain to see if it helps, and to put some distance between the units.

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