#1
I recently bought a Traynor YCV50BLUE, but whenever I turn the volume up to half way on the clean channel you can hear a loud rattling in the back of the amp. I looked into it and I think that one of my tubes is loose, because whenever I hold the one on the right the noise stops but not with the one on the left. I talked to the people at Musician's Friend and they sent me a new one, but even with the new one I'm getting the same problem. Has anyone else had this same problem or know how to solve this?
#3
if it has reverb, that sometimes does it too.
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#5
Do the tubes feel loose? The tubes in my Champ feel obviously loose, but I don't hear any rattle (except from other stuff in my room).
#6
is your amp very close to the wall, that made my peavey delta blues vibrate somewhat
#7
Yes, it is fairly close to a wall, I'll try moving it next. Also, today I called Traynor customer support and he said that I am probably getting a wierd harmonic that vibrates the amp in a way that rattles the tubes. Since it only happens on the 4th-6th frets and is worst on the neck pickup I'm assuming this is the case. Is there any way to solve this?
#8
maybe, this is just a maybe, put somthing that will absorb vibrations under the amp like a pillow or thick blanket and see what happens. It seems like this helped my friend's bass amp.
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#10
in addition to the other steps, could he get a couple of tube retainers, or clips to secure the tubes better?
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#11
Does it stop if you hold the tubes still?
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