#1
Hello, I'm having some troubles with my brand new Fender '65 Deluxe Reverb RI amp which I got last week.

It's really wierd, I fear I might have destroyed the speaker in some way but I have really no idea.

When I hit the notes E & A and those close to that on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th string on my guitar ( Fender highway one stratocaster), I can hear something that sounds something like fret buzz or some other noise, hard to explain.....

I heard it today for the first time...

But I don't think it is the frets because I can hear it when it hit those notes (E&A), on all three strings (2nd, 3rd, 4th)....

What do you think happend?
#2
I think that there is some kind of harmonic unbalance going on between the amp cabinet and that specific frequency of note. Or, I am just FOS, I don't know. Take the amp into the store where you bought it and have them look at it. That shouldn't be happening...
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#3
Okay, yeah, something like what I though too. I'm defenitly bringing it in this week. Hopefully tomorrow....

Thank you!

But isn't it a little bit wierd though, that it hasn't been there before...?
#4
i have the same problem, it sounds like the notes are crapping out.

i play through an old Teisco combo which had a dead 10" speaker in it. I put a 12" speaker in it and for some reason the majority of notes on E and A strings sound muffled or as if they die before they sound out fully.

this mainly happens with my big muff on so its no problem for me really........
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