#1
So I finally got my Blues Junior (NGD once I get my pedals) and it sounds great. The only problem is when I turn it off after playing it you can hear the sound of clinking glass like something inside the tubes is settling. This is my first tube amp so I don't know if this is normal. If there is a problem with one of the tubes how do I figure out which one it is?
#2
that's pretty normal. it's real life there are things and chemicals and what not going on.
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#3
it's normal. don't worry about it. i'm pretty sure you've pushed the tubes into the sockets enough already.
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#4
Yeah I've checked it all, and they in there snug, I just didn't want there to be something wrong with any of em. I've never used a tube amp before so I don't want anything going wrong on this one.
#5
yeah i know, it's nothing wrong. it does that with most amps. go into guitar center and turn on a blues jr, then turn it off 5 mins later. it'll do the same thing.
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#6
Well I did try it out (in a Guitar Center actually) it's just that it was noisy enough that I didn't hear it.

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