#1
Hey guys, bought a new Fender FM 65 from ebay. Arrived Friday, loved it, gigged with it same day.

Tuesday, there's a horrid crackle whenever I play a low string. It sounds kinda like a small rock is being bounced around inside the speaker, it lasts as long as the note is held. It's far more noticable on the clean channel.

Any suggestions as to what the cause can be, and possible solutions? I may just phone up the seller and play hell >
#2
ripped speaker cone?
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#3
Phone the previous owner
Demand a refund.
Get a better amp
???
PROFIT!
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#4
Quote by Adam124
Phone the previous owner
Demand a refund.
Get a better amp
???
PROFIT!


It was brand new. I'm gonna bug them for a refund though, I've had it barely a week and its screwing up
#5
Quote by SilverSpurs616
It was brand new. I'm gonna bug them for a refund though, I've had it barely a week and its screwing up


So it's new?
If so, your is under waranty and it will be replaced without any question.
#6
Every FM65 I've played does that. They're terrible amps.
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