#1
replaced tubes...(yea more from this guy) and now it sounds really harsh on my leads. When i pull bass up and stuff it gets flabby...you guys or smart...oh and lots of "white noise" when its on standby.

Thanks in advance
#2
What amp, what tubes did it have before, what tubes did you switch to, why did you switch tubes?
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#3
Could be your guitar/pickups. Got actives? Replaced the batteries?
Treble>Epiphone Prophecy EX - MXR micro Amp - MXR Blue Box - MXR Fullbore - MXR Noise Clamp - Vox AD30VT
Bass>Ibanez BTB505 - MXR Blowtorch - MXR D.I. - Peavey MaxBass 700 - Peavey TVX410
#4
Mesa F-50, used to have mesa stock tubes, now has JJ 6L6s, changed because they were lacking in tone quality
#5
i bet you're very glad that you changed tubes.
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#6
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i bet you're very glad that you changed tubes.


haha yea, very....the harshness we could do without....lol
#9
My rectoverb did this exact thing, i never could figure it out on my own. I eventually let it rot in my closet for a few months and then sold to some guy for parts..... horrible experience, i'd say take it into a professional, don't mess with it anymore it will only end in disappointment and frustration.
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#10
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My rectoverb did this exact thing, i never could figure it out on my own. I eventually let it rot in my closet for a few months and then sold to some guy for parts..... horrible experience, i'd say take it into a professional, don't mess with it anymore it will only end in disappointment and frustration.


damn....ok thanks