#1
I think my amp broke down on me. Its relatively new (<year) and in great condition. It broke down in my room after playing with a bad guitar chord (the wiring was coming apart). The amp turns on, but theres no sound. Im thinking the chord could have shorted, but would that cause the fuse to burn out? Im hoping this is not serious, as i dont think theres a warranty on the amp because i bought it used. Im also pretty sure that if i open it up it would void any warranty i possibly have. If its just a burnt out fuse, it would be a buck to replace. So, should i open it up and look at the fuse, or take it in. If it needs repairs, where would i bring it in? Thx
#2
try playing with a new power cord. if that doesnt work, take it to a local music store and have them take a look.
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#3
get some good quality instrument cables.
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#5
is there still no sound coming out, even with the new cable?
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You know what they found in Jeffrey Dahmers freezer?
...Ben and Jerry (ba dum bum psh)


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if there was a metal jail, Metallica would be Pantera’s bitch



RIP Kurt Cobain
RIP Dimebag Darrell
Burn in hell Nathan Gale