#1
My Fender Frontman 15g broke a few years ago and it's just been lying around while new amps have taken its place. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what's wrong with it and if it's worth fixing?
I was playing along and it started cutting out, at first I thought it was a dodgy lead but then it cut out completely.
When I turn on the distortion and turn it up high it does work, but there is a load of background noise and it sounds awful. On the clean channel no sound comes out.
Can anybody give me some advice on what is possibly wrong with it or if it just finally needs chucked?
#2
don't waste your money on it it's a cheap beginers amp, it would cost more to repair than it's value
#3
that's what i'd have thought. unless you know an amp tech who'll take a look for free or something...
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