#1
Whenever I play a note on my bass, the sound comes out all cracked and fuzzy through the amp. I know that the bass is not the problem because I have used other amps and it worked fine. Does that mean that the speaker is cracked, or is it wiring on the inside?

If this helps, I have a Fender Bassman 100 combo amp, and it has an aluminum speaker.
"Acoustic Guitars are totally lame and not metal"- Nathan Explosion
#3
Quote by IRONxPANTERA
Have you used the same cable when you used it on different amps?


Yes.
"Acoustic Guitars are totally lame and not metal"- Nathan Explosion
#5
Quote by mr_hankey
Is it cracked and fuzzy all the time, or does it come and go?


It went before, and then stopped, and now it's back, worse than ever.
"Acoustic Guitars are totally lame and not metal"- Nathan Explosion
#6
I've never head a blown speaker, so I can't say whether you should check for that (probably should, just to be sure), but crackling and fuzz are usually caused by a bad connection somewhere.
#7
Okay, I'll take a look at it. Thanks.
"Acoustic Guitars are totally lame and not metal"- Nathan Explosion
#8
I had this problem with a Peavy TNT 115. I traced it down to the amp. It didn't "like" my Rickenbacker but it was fine with the Fender.
Do you have another bass to plug in?
#9
Quote by strummin67
I had this problem with a Peavy TNT 115. I traced it down to the amp. It didn't "like" my Rickenbacker but it was fine with the Fender.
Do you have another bass to plug in?


No, but I have tried my bass on other amps, and there were no problems.
"Acoustic Guitars are totally lame and not metal"- Nathan Explosion