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Sound Feedback [message #88989] Wed, 10 October 2018 10:28 Go to next message
Groot is currently offline  Groot
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I've recently attended a concert where the guitarist went near to the speaker and had a sound feedback. The musician was surprised but recovered successfully. The volume was not that loud. So how does sound feedback occur?
Re: Sound Feedback [message #89329 is a reply to message #88989] Sun, 09 December 2018 18:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Lost the Remote is currently offline  Lost the Remote
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The sound could be due to a few reasons, but I bet the guitar pickup and speaker created a positive feedback loop. Moving further away from the amplifying loudspeaker should have helped.
Re: Sound Feedback [message #89502 is a reply to message #88989] Sun, 06 January 2019 23:31 Go to previous message
cwemoy is currently offline  cwemoy
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Groot wrote on Wed, 10 October 2018 10:28
I've recently attended a concert where the guitarist went near to the speaker and had a sound feedback. The musician was surprised but recovered successfully. The volume was not that loud. So how does sound feedback occur?
My thoughts exactly! Just wondering, would turning down the gain on the amp and/or guitar help? Might he have adjusted the volume of the speaker and the amp?
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