#1
I shut off my amp and was sitting down when I noticed a really light clinging noise coming from behind me. I looked around and noticed it was coming from my amp..

I have a Peavey ValveKing Half-Stack..
Why would it make these clinging noises?
Is this a bad thing? or is it normal?
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#2
tubes cooling down, your car's exhaust does it too.
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#3
if anything was making it vibrate. like a washing machine or a dryer or anything like that, it could just be the springs in the reverb tank moving around.
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#4
Quote by Gundamnitpete
tubes cooling down, your car's exhaust does it too.


Haha, I was kind of thinking about how cars do that.. but I didn't know if it was normal for my amp to do it. I have never heard it do that before, or maybe I just wasn't paying close enough attention to it.
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