#1
ok i got a peavy vyper 15 amp. its nice i like the sound but when my lows are at about 2 thirds it sounds like the whole thing is vibrating. its sitting on a trunk so i dont know if thats it or what....
#2
Put it on a carpet or put some weight on it.
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#3
1. Take it off the trunk
2. Go to your local Guitar Center and try a the same amp there and see if you get the same thing.
I have a Vypyr 30 watt and it does me fine and I dont get the rumble so its probably either your amp or the trunk. If it turns out to be the amp, call peavey or just exchange it.
#5
This happened to me.

Take off the Peavey logo on the front of the amp. If the rumbling still exists, take off the whole metal bar that holds up the logo.
#6
Quote by DIMEBAGLIVEDON
This happened to me.

Take off the Peavey logo on the front of the amp. If the rumbling still exists, take off the whole metal bar that holds up the logo.



wow i didnt know it did that does it just pop off?
#7
Quote by DIMEBAGLIVEDON
This happened to me.

Take off the Peavey logo on the front of the amp. If the rumbling still exists, take off the whole metal bar that holds up the logo.

my old peavey rage 158 used to rattle, i put a piece of ductape over the logo and it went away so i reckon this should fix your problem.
#8
Quote by SouthernPunk777
wow i didnt know it did that does it just pop off?
It has two screws holding it on. There is no metal bar. That must be a different amp. I doubt the log rumbles. It's lightweight plastic.
#9
Put it on a carpet or something, but yeah, Vypyrs are buzzing at high volumes and low frequencies.
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