#1
ok, i recieved my peavey envoy 110 today, got it home pluged it in and on the lead chanel it makes a rather large amount of buzz, with or without my guitar plugged in, if anyone could help twood be much apreciated

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Gear:
Martinez MDC-21
Washburn D10S12
Epiphone Goth G-400
Peavey Envoy 110
#2
Is it new? Probably just a grounding problem. Make sure you use a grounded power supply (three prong plug.) Don't use a three prong to two prong adaptor. Make sure you are away from florescent lights, tv's, etc. See if that helps.
#3
HOLY ****
I saw this thread and thought of our amp at school and was about to ask about it!

We have a peavey envoy 110 at school with the exact same problem.
Its my favourite out of all the amps there (a stereo jazz chorus that doesnt even have really say its a roland and an ashton ) because its a hybrid
When you use the dirty channel and press the thrash button gives out this really high-pitched sound that doesnt stop when youre playing or anything.
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#4
It' very possible there is a design flaw in the amp and that some/all of them are prone to have this problem.
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#5
I've found all of the SS Peaveys I've used to be quite noisy. What kind of buzz is it? Is it more like a hiss, or more metallic sounding?
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#6
maybe they sold you a bad tube, go back and try and get another.
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#7
its a buz like a 2 way radio 'over *sound*'

and ive tried it in different power points, with different leads (computer nerd have alot of spare power cables) i got it from the shop new yesterday
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Gear:
Martinez MDC-21
Washburn D10S12
Epiphone Goth G-400
Peavey Envoy 110
#8
probably irelavent but my old fender 15w practice amp used to buzz like wot u seem 2 b saying it i found that the circuit board had cracked.