#1
I have absolutly no idea what to do.

I recently plugged a Line 6 Spider 2 HD150 into my peavy bandit 112. Then all hell broke loose.
I heard a loud noise, then the amp stopped working. The red light turned off as well, and I hear nothing but a little buzzing noise. When I opened up the amp all the fuses were fine. I even ran then through a voltmetre to be sure. The power transistors looked to be in tip top shape as well. As far as my eyes culd see there was no damage at all to the circuit board. If anyone has any suggestions that would be great. the obvious thing to do would be to bring it into a shop yes, but if I can save the money as per Im a college student and extremley tight for cash, I would like to try.


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#2
Output transformer blew. You're pretty well screwed. Lesson: amps are not pedals. Do not use them as such.
#3
what the ****
hahahahahahhahahahahahaa
what a ****ing retard your pretty much screwed
what you should have done is unplug the speaker get a jack
solder the wires and then plug it in
you cant hook up a amplifier into another ****ing amplifier
you cant fix it yourself and considering its a spider either buy a new amp or start playing acoustic
#4
Quote by the-kid66
what the ****
hahahahahahhahahahahahaa
what a ****ing retard your pretty much screwed
what you should have done is unplug the speaker get a jack
solder the wires and then plug it in
you cant hook up a amplifier into another ****ing amplifier
you cant fix it yourself and considering its a spider either buy a new amp or start playing acoustic


You're a grammar nazi? How?

And to TS, you mean you plugged your amp into another amp? As in you plugged it into the input jack?
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#5
Quote by the-kid66
what the ****
hahahahahahhahahahahahaa
what a ****ing retard your pretty much screwed
what you should have done is unplug the speaker get a jack
solder the wires and then plug it in
you cant hook up a amplifier into another ****ing amplifier
you cant fix it yourself and considering its a spider either buy a new amp or start playing acoustic



your not very nice.....and considering you probably don't know very much about electronics, im going to say your opinion is retarded.
#6
Wait... Let me get this straight...
you plugged a spider head into the guitar INPUT of the peavey bandit?
Just confirm with a yes or no answer.

If yes, That really wasn't very smart. Your poor bandit is dead, and you killed the superior amp out of your two amps. I guess just scrap it's speaker and such.

If No, just explain a bit more on the problem.
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#7
Your Bandit is dead, basically.
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#8
Quote by the-kid66
what the ****
hahahahahahhahahahahahaa
what a ****ing retard your pretty much screwed
what you should have done is unplug the speaker get a jack
solder the wires and then plug it in
you cant hook up a amplifier into another ****ing amplifier
you cant fix it yourself and considering its a spider either buy a new amp or start playing acoustic



How mature..............................
#9
Quote by thsrayas
You're a grammar nazi? How?

And to TS, you mean you plugged your amp into another amp? As in you plugged it into the input jack?


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