#1
Alright I have a Roland Cube 15W. I've had it about 2 years or so. Last week the sound started going in and out, turns out it was just the input cable. <<That may have something to do with the current problem, IDK.

The other day, I was playing it and it started smelling like that electric, burning smell. I am also using the Digitech rp-350 with it. I bypassed the processor. Took pedal out of signal chain, guitar>input cable>amp. It still did the same thing, so I don't think it's the processor. It typically starts to smell after like 10 or 15 minutes. it used to never do that, so IDK. I'm sure it's nothng major, it aint smoking or nothin. PRobably just a bad resistor, or capacitor or something. IDK.

please tell me if I should take it in or not. ?
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#2
take it in if it were a bad resistor id imagine the would blow faster so maybe it just over heating may cause it alot of damage if you dont do it before it gets worse
#4
We are going over capacitors in my college AC Circuits class right now. Apparently they tend to "explode" also.

it's probably just the components getting too much current or somethng right?

I'm getting a new amp soon, anyway.

I was just curious as to what the problem would have been...
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