#1
How does cold weather affect an amp? My Fender FM212R has been in my trunk for a while, and has been residing there overnight, as I've recently been practicing and playing shows.
#2
If its tube it could make the tube life shorter and vould freeze up the electronics if its to cold or burnout the electronics if its too hot? Dont quote me on this its just a guess
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#3
Solid state amps are pretty tough. It shouldnt hurt it.
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#4
let it warm up to room temp before plugging it in.

u dont want any condensation on the parts, as u fire it up.
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#6
Yeah, not a tube. Just a combo amp. Not cold/hot enough for condensation. Getting into warmer days/nights. Thanks for the replies.
#7
the only thing i think that can happen to SS amps is the board cracking when it goes from cold to hot fast.
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