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During the installation process, at the point where it says to play your guitar to get the tone, i get a message saying the cable has been unplugged

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I have a peavy classic 100 2x12 1975 has a high pitch squeal coming out of amp when powered on


If this happens only when the guitar is plugged in, most likely there are two possibilities. The first, you have some issues with the electronics in the guitar OR are using an acoustic guitar witch has an extremely sensitive pickup that provides nothing but feedback. If this is happening with the guitar unplugged, there is a mountain of possibilities.

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How to play guitar using a computer


<p>Playing a guitar using a PC at home is a simple process that some audio devices and a computer to an analog line or microphone port on your sound card to obtain. There are two kinds of freeware, that a user can provide to the task. Basic freeware that standard on any Windows computer, including audio drivers free, microphone input, even if the computer's speakers to play. Users to make recordings of your own burning freeware, however, were interested in Windows freeware called "Sound Recorder" can do the work in the most elementary sense. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Plug the Phono-style audio cable into the guitar phono audio jack. <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Connect the large to small-RCA adapter to the end of the other side of the RCA cable. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Connect the adapter cable and phono large on the back of the computer through a computer microphone. <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Adjust audio properties of the system from the Start menu and Control Panel of your computer to play audio into the microphone port on the speaker. The exact process of adjusting the settings may be proprietary software, the sound card came with the computer system vary. If you have problems, ask the help documentation for software and manual for your computer sound. On most systems, the microphone volume level using the properties menu of the extended microphone system sound settings. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Set the switch to the guitar pickup - the pickup is a version of power - the "on" position. Adjust the volume on the computer so the computer speakers clearly the natural sound of the guitar can be heard. <br /> <p><br /> <p>6. Play a few notes on the guitar. If your computer speakers to play the guitar sound, the method proved unsuccessful. <br />

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Tone knob and switch info


the switch, has three positions. Typically forward or up will be your neck (or rythm) pick ups, only and will work with one volume knob(usually top right as your looking at guitar), and one tone knob ( top left as your looking at the guitar). when the switch is in the far right or all the way down position, that will be the saddle (or lead) pick-ups. And that works with only one volume knob(bottom right as your looking at the guitar) and the corresponding tone knob. when the switch is in the middle position, botjh volume knobs work and both tone knobs work. You've gotta kinda play around with them to find whatever sound yopur looking for. and tone knobs are very subtle in their changes. good luck

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Buzzing noise when not playing


All amplifiers make a little bit of noise (hiss) but it is normally slight and drowned out by playing. However, assuming that this is not normal system hiss, here are a few simple steps to try and locate the source of the problem by process of elimination.
  1. SAFETY FIRST - a common cause of a humming or buzzing sound can be a lack of earth (grounding) on the mains supply. With a 240volt AC supply this hum will be at 50hz (in the UK) - frequency may vary in other countries but should be similar. Check the earth first because of risk of electric shock. Until you are satisfied that this is not the cause of the problem DO NOT touch any metal parts of the amp. Remove the mains lead and try a different one. Try plugging the amp into a different mains outlet socket (preferably one on a completely different circuit).
  2. Turn off other electrical equipment in the vicinity that may be causing interference. Move the amp a bit, try rotating it by 90 degrees to change relationship to things like mains electric cables in the floor.
  3. If you are using the line-out socket to give a feed to a mixer, slave amp or p.a. system unplug this. Sometimes double earthing (through the mains lead of your amp AND the mains lead of the MIXER / PA) will cause an 'earth loop' due to a different resistance at each end. Putting a DI box with an 'earth lift' in between may eliminate this problem. Alternatively there are little gadgets you can buy to do this (I found one intended for car audio systems on Amazon that works very well)
  4. Unplug any instrument leads - to eliminate possibilities of interference affecting cables, effects pedals or guitar pick-ups. Also unplug the foot-switch.
  5. If that stops it plug a lead in without a guitar on the other end - does the noise return? If yes change the lead. If no plug the guitar in.
  6. Try moving the guitar in relation to the amp (turn it around 90 or 180 degrees) - this will be pick-up to amp power supply interference.
  7. Does the sound get better or worse if you touch metal parts of the guitar with your hand? This may be a screening issue within the lead or the guitar itself.
  8. Try turning all the individual channel tone and gain controls to zero, turn off any effects on the amp panel. If that eliminates it only turn up the controls on channels that you are actually using.

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How to retrieve messages when not at home? Model 26976GE 1A


REMOTE ACCESS

This section explains the remote access process for use with any touchtone

phone.

1. Dial the phone number for the answering machine.

2. After the answering system answers, press any numbered key on the

touch-tone pad to bypass the outgoing announcement, or wait until

the announcement finishes.

3. Enter the security code after you hear the tone.

4. Follow the voice menu to use the answering machine's remote functions.

The remote feature enables you to perform the following functions:

To Press this button

Review message 1

Play back messages 2

Stop message play back 2

Erase message 0

(during message playback)

Skip message 3

Turn off/on answerer 4

Review voice menu options 7
No valid dialing tones for 15 seconds will hang up the telephone line.

You can get the manual on the link below if you need page 31.

http://www.home-electronics.net/USER-GUIDES/26976_DOM_ES_CL_IB.pdf

Good luck

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Crate TX50 DB has noisy DSP circuit when rotating the DSP pot!


When you are changing the DSP effect on the fly, static or noise is NORMAL !!! The DSP is changing the data and having to recalculate on the fly and doesn't mute itself while doing so which results in "garbage sounds out".

The bypass setting should NOT get any tone UNLESS you have feedback going on. If your guitar can "hear" the speakers in the amp, the strings can vibrate and get feedback going.

Unplug the guitar and see if high freq tone is still there on bypass. If the tone is in the musical range, then there is a problem if nothing is plugged in. If it is a VERY weak, very high frequency tone, this may be the digitizing noise from the DSP. On bypass, the audio is likely to still go through the DSP, just not be modified by it.

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Guitar works but it dosen't when playing?


It could be that you just need to sync your video setting, possibly the audio too, although I have found that syncing the video alone is enough, which you can set up on the game. If you have a flat screen, they are notoriously known for processing induced lag. Just follow the syncing process they have you do (should be set in the upper 80's to lower 90's if you did it right), then you should be hitting notes in no time.

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Cannot install printer lexmark x2600m


Restart your computer. Unplug the USB cable from the printer. Restart your computer. Once your desktop is loaded up. Plug the USB cable back into the computer and look next to the clock in the lower reight corner of the screen to see if the drivers are being installed. You will get messages about it.

A lot of times when you install the drivers for Lexmark printers, the prefer to have the printer unplugged from the the comptuer during the installation process. If the above paragraph doesn't work you may want to uninstall them and reinstall the drivers again with the printer unplugged from the computer.

Dec 02, 2008 | Lexmark X2500 All-In-One Printer

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My amp makes a constant tone


its says 800 watt and you say 20 watt bass amp?? Is this for a car or a guitar??

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