#1
Well, it has a problem of turning down it's volume and has a crackling noise. However, this time the crackling sound can't be heard, and the bass is almost impossible to hear -- even on full gain.

I have tried with another bass, and it is the same result.

It is also a solid state amp.

Please help.
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#2
wires connecting the amp to the speaker sound a reasonable bet.
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#3
With that, do you mean the cable leading to the cabinet? I have tried multiple ones that work well on other amps.
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#4
is this a combo or head and cabinet?
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#6
have you checked the head with another cabinet?
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#8
If you know anyone with a bass cabinet check with theirs it may be the wiring from the lead at the back of the cabinet to the speakers
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#9
My younger brother has a guitar cabinet? Will that one break if I try my bass amp just to chek. My amp is 400w, the guitar amp is 100.
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#10
Im not sure sorry =/ you could always take it to a shop to get checked aswell?
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I wish my amp sucked on my knob.


if you were to smash a child around the head with a full bottle of no more tears shampoo...would it be ironic if they cried