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06-25-2004 03:28 PM
SRVoodoo T-O-N-E
try adjusting your distortion settings.
(assuming you're using it)

clean it up a bit (back-off the gain)
max the gain out. then everything will be so fuzzy that it won't matter!
06-25-2004 04:29 AM
JEM Problem

Hey guys, I have a JEM and I have a minor problem with it and was wondering if anyone can help.

Basically the problem is, if I play a note, e.g. on the 12th fret of the high E, hold that note and then play a note on the B string while the E string note is still with me? Then the B string note sounds all fuzzy and...crap. I can't figure out why its doing it...maybe something to do with the pickups? I've tried it with both humbuckers and the single coil but the noise it makes is always the same.

Can anyone help me?


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