#1
granted it is probly the crappiest marshall, it still is lol, anyway i have an mg 10 cd that i practice with and ever since a couple days ago it started cutting out while i play it, it sort of fades out and then fades back in after a long time, when i bang on it, it seems to work for a few more minutes but still dose it again moments later.

so pit, its been a while, but i turn to you once again; so any idea how to fix this?

also getting a new amp is pretty much out of the question as i am 17 and dont have a job and my parents are mad at me right now lol.....

thanks guys
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#2
Should have bought a Line6

Oh, sick troll!
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#3
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Should have bought a Line6

Oh, sick troll!

im not a troll, and the amp was gift for my 16th birthday, my parents just saw Marshall and knew it was popular and cheap and bought it
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Passive pickups? Are there such a thing as aggressive pickup s?

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#4
sell it to a sucker kid and then buy a decent amp, like a vox.
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#5
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im not a troll, and the amp was gift for my 16th birthday, my parents just saw Marshall and knew it was popular and cheap and bought it

he was refering to himself.

could be the input jack has a loose connection on the inside of the amp or your lead is giving out.