#1
Guys I'm a serious noob when it comes to guitars and amps, but the problem is that when I play a chord, my amp does a weird sound. Sort of the sound Delay give to the amp. Idk if it is because of the room that I'm playing in or it is a problem with the amp. Any help would be awesome.
#2
what amp? spring reverb?
#3
What kind of room are you playing in?  How big is it, and are there bare walls and hard floors, or is there carpeting?
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#4
My initial impression is your amp has reverb of some sort. 
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#5
Use it to create.
You may be suffering from slapback delay caused by the surfaces in your room. Bare room? Little on the walls?
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