#1
I changed out a speaker on my Epiphone Valve Special and plugged a guitar in and turned it on and there is only a low hum/buzz that comes out, volume knobs do not change the sound. I tried changing out the preamp tubes nothing changes. Also, I checked all the fuses all of them are good. I believe in the process of changing out the speaker the amp was turned on without a speaker connected to the output, this is what i believe caused the unknown problem. Any ideas on what else it could be? And I've already tried changing cables.
#2
try putting th old speaker back in and see if it does anything. maybe the speaker is broken/wired wrong/etc
Originally posted by primusfan
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#3
is it connected...? :P
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#4
Yeah, there is sound coming out of the speaker. I tried the old speaker and I also tried the external speaker output which has always worked before and nothing but the buzz/hum comes out.
#5
put the old speaker back in and call Epiphone and tell them there's something wrong. DO NOT mention that you changed the speaker, that voids your warranty.
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#6
Tube amp is a few years old and I am not the original owner. I doubt that I'll be able to do anything with the warranty.