#1
Hello, my lead channel doesn't work: I have some pictures, so, I was wondering if anyone can point out what is wrong to me. Thanks!
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#2
Quick note-there is alot of background noise, like the sound you get when you plug a guitar into an already turned on amp. Notes only occasionally go through, and the distortion seems to be lacking.
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...and don't sig me.
#3
bump
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EDIT:not trying to be racist.
...and don't sig me.
#4
have you tried replacing the tubes?
checked all the fuses?
the pics kinda blurry and small
#5
The tube is good, it only has one, and my rhythm channel works great. How do I go about checking the fuses?
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mow lawns mutha ****a.. shiiieeett back in the old days we used to go out in the fields and pick cotton.. turns out My boss was colorblind.

EDIT:not trying to be racist.
...and don't sig me.
#6
There should be a thin little wire running through them- if it's broken, replace the fuse.
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