#1
My amp unplugged from guitar, is making sounds like pots and pans clanging together, but frequent but sporadic.

I tried a different outlet.

Is this a sign that the tube is going?

It's a bugera v22.

Sounds like interference, but i have it elevated on amp stand and without a cable plugged in, im reading it's the amp??


Thanks in advance,

Boyd
#2
it's a bugera.

get out the fire extinguisher.
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#4
Never heard of metallic clanging from an amp before, take it to a tech.
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#5
yea, bizzare. I can't find anything on it. It's literally like pots and pans banging together sporadically.


Weird....
#6
just return it.
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#7
How old and what generation? Behringer/Bugera had some teething pains at first, The newer Infinium models have been pretty good, the pre Infinium's were prone to failure at best, So if still under its 3 year warranty send it back , if not take it to a tech, if a pre Infinium throw it away, Or shall I say dispose of properly at an E Waste collection center, It wasn't an expensive amp anyway, I've been beating the crap out of a TriRec Infinium for 3 years now just to see if I can make it fail, So far no luck, But I'll keep trying
#8
It almost sounds like when you bang your amp (accidentally) and you set off the reverb into clanging.
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#9
Thanks for the feedback.

I had it set triode vs pentode. Triode is half the power. Not sure when i set it like this, but I probably had it set like that forever and was happy with the tone, so didn't mess with it.

I flipped it to pentode after catching (full power) and havent noticed it since.

Bizzare...but not sweating it anymore