#1
I just got one and it works well, except for I can't get overdrive to work, I'm not sure if the overdrive is dead or if I can't find the switch for it. If it is dead though can I get some help repairing it? I'll add pictures upon request, but it is NOT the reissue reverb edition. Thanks for any help I can get.
#2
What do you mean dead?
What amp did you own before this?
Could be an internal switch issue...which should NOT be that hard to fix.
Is this a NAD?
How old is your amp and can we assume it is a used amp?
Maybe the OD is on and what you have is what you have?

and stuff
Last edited by 311ZOSOVHJH at Nov 8, 2009,
#3
After much fiddling I figured it out, Fender requires a foot switch on this model of amp to have overdrive, as I don't have their kind of switch I just ended up using my RP350 through the normal imputs to use its filters, though it would be nice to use the built in overdrive for simpler sounds.
#4
Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
What do you mean dead?
What amp did you own before this?
Could be a internal switch issue...which should be that hard to fix.
Is this a NAD?
How old is your amp and can we assume it is a used amp?
Maybe the OD is on and what you have is what you have?

and stuff

Dead was a hyperbole XD
I owned a Marshall 45 watt forgot the specifics, sorry.
Yeah it could be an internal thing.
Don't know what NAD stands for can you enlighten me?
Age? Don't know for sure.
#6
Quote by 311ZOSOVHJH
I actually was thinking the foot switch as soon as I hit 'Reply'.

I Edited my first post to 'NOT hard to fix'

I don't think your RP350 will have anything to do with it. Stretching. I own a RP250.


hmmm

Oh I know the RP350 has nothing to with it, but until I get the footswitch it's a nice substitute. XD