- Apr 25, 2007
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I've played the new 60th 59 anniversary LP's cranked and didn't notice any issue with micro pu's.
OkayThis sounds like the same thing car dealers say about some lemons they sell. "Experience means you won't have to worry about the airbags". Use the right gear for the job and the experience can be made on the talent and the business side of things where it needs to be.
I can crank 'em loud playing alone and not experience the feedback issue. Seems it only happens at certain frequencies generated by band mates. Just something to be dealt with.I've played the new 60th 59 anniversary LP's cranked and didn't notice any issue with micro pu's.
I am hearing pickup squeal. I can understand how that could be annoying, but listening to it from here, it sounds bloody cool! Very authentic PAF to my ears. You can tame the squeal with the tape trick and/or with dabs of silicone between the pickup and the cover.Just got a new 60th Anniversary and the pickups sound really clear and bright at low volume but once I use any gain, they sound like the attached clip. Have to roll the tone back to 4-5 on the bridge to avoid this kind of feedback. Never had this problem before with a Historic. Anybody else having this problem? https://soundcloud.com/clint-chamberlin-781383273%2Fles-paul-noisemp3
Anyway, if you follow the Sct13 advice, it should tame a bit the problem.