#1
Alright so a year or so ago i went out and bought a MArshall MD100HDFX. It didn't have the best tone but I can honestly say it is not all that bad. anyways I am in the process of trying to sell it but first need to fix a problem that i have with it...

after i play the amp for 10 minutes or so with the master volume anywhere over 3 or 4, the amp starts to give almost a delay sound to everything i play. every single thing i play sounds as if its got a delay on it (I am positive the ACTUAL delay effect itself or any effect for that matter is off). I can play for a few minutes when its considerably loud but after a while it starts to do that wierd choppy delay thing as if its cutting in and out. help?
#2
That's interesting, I honestly don't know what that could be in a solid state amp. I'd take it to a shop to have it looked at if its that big of an issue.
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#3
wiring shorts maybe. Or the jack might have problems. get it looked at by some1.
#4
I think your problem is the fact that you bought an MG. Anything with that title on it is gonna suck ass regardless.
#5
^+ A million.
Not only do they sound crap, their construction and design is bad.
I'd take it in somewhere.
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#6
yeah i checked out the jack and it looks fine but i guess i mid as well just bring it in to get it checked if this is not a common thing... thanks for the help./