#1
Allo chaps. Basically I've bid for this amp on ebay quite literally on a spur of the moment thing because I love the amp and figured why not. Anyway, if I win I heard this amp has some over-heating problems. Just after some tips on how I would go about fixing that if I win? Maybe a mini battery powered fan placed behind it or something?
Cheers guys.
Gear:
Epiphone SG Standard - Natural Wood Finish + SD Alnico Pro 2 Bridge Pickup
Epiphone Les Paul Standard - Limited Edition Green
Ibanez S470
Blackstar HT-100 Head
Harley Benton 2x12 Vintage 30's
Vox AC4TV
Vox VT15
#2
I would think that yes, placing a fan or something to the effect to get air circulating to it would help. Otherwise, I would watch it, feel it occasionally, and let it chill if it was too hot. Or you could turn off the heat and play in the cold =p
Cheers, mate, and i hope you get the situation worked out!
#3
Yeh I thought so.
Lets hope I win the auction then eh
Gear:
Epiphone SG Standard - Natural Wood Finish + SD Alnico Pro 2 Bridge Pickup
Epiphone Les Paul Standard - Limited Edition Green
Ibanez S470
Blackstar HT-100 Head
Harley Benton 2x12 Vintage 30's
Vox AC4TV
Vox VT15
#4
I have one. I'm not aware of any overheating problems. The tubes are fully exposed in an open back cab. I think the only problem with heat is that you might accidently touch the tubes while the amp's still hot and burn yourself.
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#5
The metal control panel for the knobs gets hot during use but it's normal. Don't worry.