#1
So my JCM 800 isn't getting half as loud as it used to. I have a feeling it might be the tubes, but I was wanting to get a second opinion. I have to turn it up to about 5 just to get over the drums. Before I had it about 2 at our band practices.
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#2
if it isn't the tubes (i think it is) then maybe you blew a speaker or something
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#3
well i'm very sure it isn't the speakers, because they work with another amp of mine. all of em.
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it was like, "so...you like poison?"

hippie: "no man, i'm a rejecter of the poisons of the world"

dad: "uhh, ok...how about whitesnake?"

hippie: "all creatures are equal in my eyes"
#5
probably the power tubes

like the real ming said, get it retubed
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#6
Thanks guys.
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it was like, "so...you like poison?"

hippie: "no man, i'm a rejecter of the poisons of the world"

dad: "uhh, ok...how about whitesnake?"

hippie: "all creatures are equal in my eyes"
#8
Depends on playing.
If you push your amp a lot, maybe a year? If you play it softly on the weekends, maybe 2-3 years?
It really all depends. You do use the standby switch also yeah?