#1
Hey guys so my bassist ordered a new amp the other day for shits and gigs. looks like he had good as hell timing because his other main amp took a shit today. we turned it on with just a mic plugged into it and all that came out was this buzzing low frequency hum that eventually changed to higher frequency and stayed there. i have used mics through that amp many times before so nothing unusual. so i unplugged it and i still got the same result. i also turned everything to 0 and still got the same noise at the same volume.

so i gave his amp a sharp look over and i found three problems

#1 his speaker cable is frayed and the wire is exposed. he says its been like that the entire time. there is still enough insulation as to not cause a short but its deffinatly not good.

#2 the power cable he was using had a missing ground prong so i swapt it out for a fresh one and still got the same ugly noise

#3 there is a spot for a fuse next to the tweeter horn volume knob on the back of the cab that is missing. he says its also been like that the entire time.

so does anybody have any idea what the problem could be?
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is the puppy solid state or tube?

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solid state. when she screams it pisses me off

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#2
hmmm #3
Gear:
-Squier Bullet Strat

DUNLOP CRY BABY

-Peavey ValveKing 212
#3
C'mon nobody has any idea?
Quote by travs2448
is the puppy solid state or tube?

Quote by diceksox1809
solid state. when she screams it pisses me off

^

Quote by GrizzlyFnAdams6
Dimebag had s*** tone and that guitar plays like an abortion. Come at me, bro!


Quote by jpatan
It's because Garth Brooks brings the ****in' br00tz.