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I am having some issues with my amp, it's an Egnater Rebel 30 112 Combo. The tubes aren't very old, about 4 months or so. I haven't had issues before now. The problem is that sometimes when I play (on either clean or OD channel), I get occasional volume drops. These drops are pretty significant, and can range from "still audible fairly clearly" to "barely audible." However, there is never NO sound coming from the amp. If I nudge the amp a little bit with my foot, or slap the top of it lightly, it usually goes back to normal. I think it may be the power cord/power socket on the amp. This jack is a little loose, and when I wiggle the cable around, these volume changes occur. However, I cannot be sure, as wiggling any part of the amp will cause the drops to occur. Anyone have any ideas as to what this may be?
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#2
It sounds like a loose connection somewhere, I would say open it up and look for any bad solder joints
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It sounds like a loose connection somewhere, I would say open it up and look for any bad solder joints


Bad solder joints on what? The circuit board? Or just around the power jack and stuff?
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