#1
This is probably normal, and I'm just paranoid but here's the deal. I bought my Valveking 112 used, and it works fine and all, but when I have my guitar off (killswitch) the amp is hissingly lightly, and the hissing increases with the volume and such. When I put it into standby, it goes away. None of my pedals are on, my onboard OD is off, and the guitar is on bridge pikcup with volume all the way down. Not that any of that matters, because if I pull the lead out, it's still hissing.

My point: is this a problem, or normal with all tube amps? Thanks.
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#2
bump. is this a dumb question that has been answered a bunch of times, or is nobody helpful anymore?
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#3
All amps hiss when they're turned on. I don't think you have anything to worry about.
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#4
Oh well. Thanks!
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#5
If it was louder than your playing or something, than there would be something worry about. But every amp has a hiss to it, not matter what. The louder the volume, the louder the hiss. As long as it's not huge, nobody will notice it. It's normal.
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