#1
When I use my amp in my room on like level 4 it's fine and everything sounds perfect.
Then when I use it at practises I have to turn it up to around 8, and when I try and play something clean, it just goes distorted. Is this just because it breaks up on high volume or is there anything I can do to stop it?
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#2
Probably just the amp that breaks up, you could try to roll back the volume knob on your guitar and maybe switch to the neck pickup (if it's lower output than your bridge pup) for cleans, but that's about it.
#4
or maybe you are turning up the "input gain"...not the output volume
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#5
Some amps are designed to give a slight crunch to the tone when the volume is high on the clean channel
#6
It's not blown, or I seriously doubt it, it's pretty new as well.
Hasn't got an output/input level, just the one.
I guess it'll just be that it breaks up when it gets loud.
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#7
Quote by untitled039
Some amps are designed to give a slight crunch to the tone when the volume is high on the clean channel

That's probably the reason.

What amp do you have?
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#8
Amps tend to break up at high volumes, that's life.
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