#1
I just recently picked up a Peavey transtube supreme and a Bugera 4x12 used and was very excited to plug my Gibson V into it. However when I got it all home and set up I got no sound from my V.
My Strat works just fine so I thought the battery must be dead on my Blackout Metal (which I regret putting in the thing). But then it gets weird. The V works just fine on my Roland micro cube so I really have no idea what the problem could be.
Any ideas?
#2
That certainly is a head scratcher. You're using the same channels and cords and everything?

Why do you regret putting the blackout in?
#3
Eliminate every variable that you can. No pedals, same cable, etc.

IIRC that amp has a high and low gain input (not that it wouldn't work if it was in the other jack), check both jacks.
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That certainly is a head scratcher. You're using the same channels and cords and everything?

Why do you regret putting the blackout in?



I'm just plugging the guitars directly into the amp. I tried both the high and low gain inputs. As for the blackout, I was 16 when I had it installed and I guess I've grown out of that full tilt metal kind of tone. Don't get me wrong, it's a truly awesome beast of a pickup, just not my thing anymore. I'm more interested in a hotrod humbucker set now. That will probably be my next purchase.
#5
I expect you tried the guitar again with the amp after it worked on the micro cube? If not, it could've been something stupid like a volume knob being turned down. Also, maybe a bad contact on a pickup switch or something? I'm not too big on electronics, but I had an Epiphone Les Paul that used to cut out every once in a while and it was a faulty pickup selector switch.