#1
Well, I was just doing some jammin. I put the amp on stand by, and was going to turn the amp back on, and when i did, i heard this somewhat loud wind blowing type sound out of the cabinet!! I turned the amp off right away, double checked everything, and tried it again, and sure enough it did it again. I pulled all of the connections off (cables, footswitch cable ect.) I flipped the ground switch back and fourth with the amp off, and put it back to 0. I turned the amp back on once again, and the wind sound was gone. There was a small amount of volume coming from amp now from my guitar. But I noticed that the volume doesn't increase when turning the post gain...

Anyone have an idea of what might have happened!!?? And can it be fixed!?

Thanks.
#4
Yea dude, sounds like you blew a tube.
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#5
Quote by Axe Murderer
So effin rock-n-roll. Youre officially a legend.


Haha...Yeah...Your right! I didn't think of it that way! Although, just before it let go i was playing at the screaming post gain of about 1.2. Not really the way you'd want to go out. hah.
#6
Quote by jeleopard
Yea dude, sounds like you blew a tube.


Thats atleast some good news...Thank you..Going to bring it in tomorrow and have a pro look at it.