#1
A couple of months ago, i found a Sunn Beta Lead 2x12 Combo in the guy i was living with's basement. I put new fuses in i and turned it on and got a loud hum. I messed with the volume, tone settings and it had no effect on it and then proceeded to blow the fuses. So my question is what's wrong with it?
#10
I know it is going to be a little more sketchy, but check craigslist for a local amp tech.

**EDIT** By the way, this is why Central and North Jersey is better than South. Plus you guys have funny accents. Who would have thought North and South New Jersey have different accents
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Last edited by LaidBack at Oct 12, 2009,
#12
Turn it on, look at the tubes. Are they glowing REALLY bright or not at all?
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#14
It may have been water damaged having been in a basement.
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Last edited by We'realltoBlame at Oct 12, 2009,
#15
Quote by LaidBack
Turn it on, look at the tubes. Are they glowing REALLY bright or not at all?

Dude, it's a Beta Lead. They have magical invisible tubes.

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#16
Ha! I was testing you guys!!!!

/crawls_into_hole
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