#1
ok, my XXX was having some problems. namely channel bleading, sounding like a wet fart, ect. so i changed the tubes.

same problems. is it the speakers?

when i play on the clean, i get nasty ass distortion. when i play on the crunch i get massive amounts of bass. when i play on the lead i get an almost clean sound.

what the **** is wrong with my amp?
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#2
Well, the clean channel problem sounds like a blown speaker, but I don't know why your lead channel would sound weak. Maybe your switching is ****ed.
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#3
like the footswitch? or the switching in general?
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#4
Well, you said it sounds like channel bleeding... I'm not exactly sure how multi-channel amp switching works, to be honest with you, but it doesn't sound like everything is caused by the speaker, although the flabby sound and the distorted cleans would signify that. The other problems, though, wouldn't. So...beats me.
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#5
****ing **** ass hole. i guess i'll try it with the footswitch unplugged.
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#6
**** no cigar. same ****.
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#8
^ sold it.
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#9
That isn't a speaker problem... Do you lose a lot of volume on the lead channel? (compared to the clean.)

It doesn't really sound like a switching problem to me either. I'd guess it's an actual circuit problem.. Unfortunately there aren't any quick fixes for those.


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#10
the clean is the quietest. and i'm almost sure it's a speaker problem know. the speaker break up (fuzz) is very very clear. the clean channel has deteriorated into pure speaker fuzz, the crunch has as well. and the lead is still pretty loud but just sounds really flabby and i can hear the break up (fuzz).
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#11
Anyway to try it out with some different speakers, local guitar store or a friend or anything?

Oh yeah...Derek doesnt have friends....


Id try the local guitar store.
#12
i'll kill you.

i'll see if my friend with the fender half stack wants to bring his cab over.


what speaders do you guys think?
vintage 30 60s?
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#14
linkage?
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