#1
http://guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fender-Twin-Amp-100Watt-AllTube-Guitar-Amp?sku=480649 This amp is so ****in bad ass, but I have one problem with it. When I turn the volume knob pass 5 it produces so much power and "vibration" that it rattles the cable connectin from the speakers to the amp out of its socket and ****in turns off all the power. I have to move the cable around on the back of the amp in order for it to stay in place and not get loose. Is there anything I can do? Can I get a new cable? Where could I get one? Or is this a defect with the amp and send it back? Thanks
#5
Put tape over the sides of the "input jack" so that it fits tightly into the "socket". Make sure that it is electrical tape though.

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#6
It's a 1/4 inch jack for the internal speakers right? Maybe think of tightening the connection by bending the arm in the jack inward a slight bit so it makes a tighter connection on the cable's male end? Tape is likely only going to be a short term fix, if at all.

Or don't turn it past 5? jk but seriously, that's focking loud man.
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