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Feedback from bass amp

This is my problem! my bass overdrive pedal makes my amp feedback! i dont know whats causing! is it something to too with EQ on the amp or gain or level on the overdrive pedal! the amp is a fender bassman 250 and a boss overdrive pedal! help

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First check capeciter in rectifier stage.

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  • Rajesh Sharma Dec 07, 2007

    next check osc ic

  • Rajesh Sharma Dec 07, 2007

    next check in out put high amp diode

  • Rajesh Sharma Dec 07, 2007

    next check drivr transister

  • Rajesh Sharma Dec 07, 2007

    if all are ok then change swiching transister

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