#2
Oh I remember reading about this.

Its just because you are in a room and right in front of the amp. If you played it live you wouldn't hear it because the volume would over come the rattle.

But...

I'm pretty sure its the speaker rattling against the wood or something like that.
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#4
I read it somewhere I just can't remember where at.

I think its just because its a combo and its pushing against something or one of your screws are loose.
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#5
if it's on the floor check to see if it's something in the room rattling because of the vibration caused by the bass
#9
try making your action higher, i had the same problem.
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#10
Quote by constructbot
try making your action higher, i had the same problem.

That's different.

Make sure the valves are in place properly, and then email Marshall. If you're having that problem, others will have and they will know how to sort it.
#11
i get this with the legacy, when its upstairs in the garage (plywood floor) if you step on the ground hard the amp rattles like crazy, its no big deal but was wondering what it was, you dont notice it when its up load though
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