#1
The speaker to my amp makes this really sharp sound when I turn up the volume and I can't really hear the bass. So my question is, Is my amp broken or just my speaker? Its a 50 watt overdrive amp with just the five setting knobs.
#2
Just wondering..what amp is it?
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#3
Quote by gilbeaux1983
The speaker to my amp makes this really sharp sound when I turn up the volume and I can't really hear the bass. So my question is, Is my amp broken or just my speaker? Its a 50 watt overdrive amp with just the five setting knobs.


What exact amp is it?
#4
it sounds broxken to me, but what amp is it (make sure ur bass is up, and if you always play with the bass high or all da way up u may have broke the bass)
#5
Its a Ventura Vintage 50 theres no date on it but I did a research about the amp and its not really a vintage just a look a like sort of lol.
#6
is it feedback that you get when you turn it up? you usually get that when theres lots of electrical interferance around, or a distortion pedal of some sort is connected. thats what i found.

just wondering.
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#7
The voice coil in the speaker is possibly out of alignment. The speaker may be blown.