#1
So I finally started jamming with my amp. It has been sitting over a year since it was to loud for home practice. I have used it at 3 practices now and I noticed that if I have it on the clean channel and am finger picking in it is nice and clean but then when I start strumming the volume jumps so loud. It is a large enough jump that I either need to have to finger picking so quite you cant hear it that way the strumming is equal with the rest of the band.

What could be causing this?
Jackson RR3 - BKP Painkiller/Warpig
Bugera 333XL 212
Pod Studio UX1
MXR Smart Gate
Hardwire CM-2
#2
Well, using a pick will obviously be louder than using your fingers.

When you use a pick, just roll the volume knob on your guitar back a bit.
Guitars: Fender FSR Standard Strat, Squire Affinity Strat, Epiphone Nighthawk
Amps: Vox AC15C1, Roland Cube 15x, Peavey KB-1
Pedals: Digitech RP355, HD500, Joyo AC-Tone, EHX Soul Food
#3
the jumping isnt natural. I am fine with controlling dynamics with my controls.
If we were talking the jumps in terms of a clock it would be like turning my volume from 12 - 3.
Jackson RR3 - BKP Painkiller/Warpig
Bugera 333XL 212
Pod Studio UX1
MXR Smart Gate
Hardwire CM-2
#4
is this the Bugera 333 listed in your Signature?

I'd take it to a tech... My fender twin started doing that and it turned out to be capacitor bleed... what ever that is...
#5
yea it is, kk i just wanted to make sure it wasn't something like my tubes dying or something easy to fix.
Jackson RR3 - BKP Painkiller/Warpig
Bugera 333XL 212
Pod Studio UX1
MXR Smart Gate
Hardwire CM-2