#1
Hi all, please I need some help.

My Haze 40 combo just arrived, and I got it off the box (live in Mexico, was internationally shipped) plugged in, standby, tube warm, on, played and started cranking it... when in 7 in the clean channel (well, i noticed it on clean, but it also does on distor) the sound breaks. Not break as in it starts getting distorted. It breaks like AWFUL sound it gives a sudden burst of really loud volume and then comes back, any thoughts? is this an instrument cable problem, a speaker cable problem, tubes problem, guitar pickup problem?? any ideas, im really losing it... :s
Fender Telecaster Highway One
Gibson SG Special Faded
Marshall Haze 40C

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#2
bad pot?

If you are somewhat handy with electronics.....get a new potentiometer and install it....theyre usually around ten bucks
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#3
What potentiometer do you mean?
Fender Telecaster Highway One
Gibson SG Special Faded
Marshall Haze 40C

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#4
the volume pot
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#5
I'd give customer support a call.
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#6
I would clean the pot first, get some spray at a electronics store. If it is something else, the stuff is always good to have around.