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At practice today, my friend was playing on his amps clean channel, and everything was fine. Then, when he turned on his gain channel, something weird happened. All you could hear was a faint mush coming from the speaker. We tested different guitars and cables, but to no avail.

So I ask you, GG&A, does anybody have any idea how to fix this.

In case it's important, on the ride over, the amp took a gnarly slam in the bed of the truck.
#2
What amp does he have? Tube or SS? If it's tube, then it's probably just a tube gone.
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#3
Quote by due 07
At practice today, my friend was playing on his amps clean channel, and everything was fine. Then, when he turned on his gain channel, something weird happened. All you could hear was a faint mush coming from the speaker. We tested different guitars and cables, but to no avail.

So I ask you, GG&A, does anybody have any idea how to fix this.

In case it's important, on the ride over, the amp took a gnarly slam in the bed of the truck.

what amp does he have?

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Quote by due 07

In case it's important, on the ride over, the amp took a gnarly slam in the bed of the truck.

i'm guessing something broke
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Quote by due 07
It's SS, so it isn't a tube gone.

fuse?
cables?
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Quote by Darkflame
^ what next sherlock

well, ts was askin like he had no idea
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#11
Quote by due 07
You mean like guitar cables?


no, the cable from the amp that is connected to the power socket
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#12
Quote by due 07
At practice today, my friend was playing on his amps clean channel, and everything was fine. Then, when he turned on his gain channel, something weird happened. All you could hear was a faint mush coming from the speaker. We tested different guitars and cables, but to no avail.

So I ask you, GG&A, does anybody have any idea how to fix this.

In case it's important, on the ride over, the amp took a gnarly slam in the bed of the truck.


A solder joint could of come unattached, but I don't know if the clean channel would still work then, somebody with more amp knowledge may be able to tell you if that would be possible.
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#13
Quote by holycow
no, the cable from the amp that is connected to the power socket


Oh, I see . But would the clean channel still work?