#1
I recently purchased a new amplifier from a mate, it's an Ashdown Fallen Angel 60DSP Combo - All valve.

http://www.dolphinmusic.co.uk/product/14397-ashdown-fallen-angel-60w-tube-combo-2x12-inch.html

that's a link to the amp ^^

I've been having a problem with it though, it sounds great, but when I play at the 5th fret of the low E string, the amp makes a loud echo-type sound. I'm not sure whether it's the tubes or speakers, but its only when the note at the 5th fret on the low E is played. It also happens at the 4th fret of this string but it's so quiet it's never bothered me.

Anyone got any ideas?
#3
Maybe your guitar really resonates at that frequency?
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#4
You would have to bring it to an amp tech who can adjust it to reach the 1.21 gigawatts it needs to function properly.
#7
It's never been set up no! It seems okay though, I had a bit of fret buzz around that area but it seems to have virtually gone unless I'm picking really hard!
Do you think a set up could help? How come? It really sounds like the amp but I'm open to all suggestions
#8
Quote by cjw6886
You would have to bring it to an amp tech who can adjust it to reach the 1.21 gigawatts it needs to function properly.

This guy has a problem, and right now you're being about as helpful as a cardboard bomb shelter. Either give some real advice or take your sorry ass back to the pit.


TS: That sounds strange, especially since it's only one note. Is it a reverby sound?
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#9
Yeah, the sound is hard to explain really! It's like a reverb that gradually gets deeper, and it kinda rumbles also!