#1
http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=189955636

Can someone please read through and tell me how fixable it looks. With the problems hes described does it sound as though I can take it to a good pro and get an easy fix? I dont know much about amps

It's closing soon and Im looking for a laney lc15 or vc15 and dont want to pay the NZ new price of $1295

Thanks in advance
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#2
My mates bass amp has the same problem,but his is a solid state
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#3
It sounds to me like it may be just overheating, but it's difficult to really tell without seeing it happen.

I'd say, even if it's not an easy fix, the cost to get it fixed wouldn't be anywhere close to the difference in price between a new one and that one.
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