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Noise reduction in 2 amp live rig

Discussion in 'Backline' started by Grå Värld, Aug 9, 2015.

  1. Grå Värld

    Grå Värld Member

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    Need some advice/ideas about noise reduction when playing live
    Current rig
    Guitar - Boss Tuner - Bigshot ABY - then split into
    A - Boss Metal Zone (crowbar boost settings= distortion on zero) into x pattern into Boss NS-2 into 6505 red channel
    B - Octave pedal - Bass Big Muff into Bass head and cab

    When I stop playing the noise/hiss/oscilating sound out of I think the guitar chain is super loud.
    Wondering what other people who use two amps in their live setup do to reduce noise?
    I have tried change the swtiches on the ABY with no effect.
    Thinking of putting the Boss NS-2 into the effects loop of 6505
    Cheers
     
  2. bryan_kilco

    bryan_kilco Member

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    You running your pedals off batteries or power supply?

    I noticed as soon as I try to run my pedals off a 1-Spot, my rig is wayyyyy noisier than if I run batteries. I run the NS-2 also.
     
  3. Grå Värld

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    Using a pedaltrain volto to power all my pedals. will check if batteries are quieter.
     

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