#1
I have a similar amp to the pic below, mine is a Teisco Checkmate 18


Anyway, a while ago, it was knocked over, front down.
After that, it sounds really bad. I don't really know how to explain it though, maybe like buzzing, but not the same as the static-y buzz from having the volume too high.

I know that the crash is what messed it up, but does anyone know what could be the problem, and how to fix it if possible?
#2
it could be a loose connection with the wiring
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#3
I'll look and see.
I don't care too much about it; I got it for $7 at a yard sale,
but I'd love to have another amp to use. And I think it's from the 60's.
#4
Is it the tube version or SS version
Quote by Kensai
You'll find whisky very different, but try it and you'll grow into it, soon you and whisky are one, but still two, lovers dancing across a frozen lake under moonlight, wrapped in honey and warmth.


Sums up whisky perfectly
#6
Most likely the reverb tank. Check the connections to the pan, or if you like, open up the pan and check to see if you knocked a spring loose.
#7
I'll check that too.
I don't know if it matters, but it's not a springy sound now.
I get a springy sound when the reverb is turned up