#1
Just bought a new amp, because I read somewhere that it's what I really need.

It's a brand new Marshall TSL 602. It's a combo amp and it's all valve.

I've never had a valve amp before so I don't know if this is normal, but when I move the amp there's a sound of something moving inside like a metallic springy sound. Is that something valve amps do or is a visit back to the shop in order?
#2
Spring Reverb, perfectly normal.
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#3
The same thing happened to me when I first moved my Mesa. First I was scared, then I realzied what it was and thought, "Holy shit, this is awesome." Used that sound as an intro for my old band's songs.
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#4
Quote by Arby911
Spring Reverb, perfectly normal.

What Arby said.

Perfectly normal.

I happen have a picture of a reverb tank handy. Those 2 long silver looking things are actually springs that are stretched across the length of the tank and add a bit of 'space' to your sound or 3 dimensional feel for lack of a better term. It is somewhat twangy and has a slight slight delay to it.