#1
Well, three days ago my parents finally got my Crate Vintage Club Series out of layaway (30 watt all tube); and when I turn the gain up of the 'lead' channel (channel b, but functions as lead) or when I turn the lean up to four without flat lining the EQ, the amp hums loudly, even with my EMGs. What can I do to fix it? And, any thoughts why it hums It's not horrible, but it gets annoying after a while.
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#2
Noise Suppressor. It's a very common problem with any amp.

Get a Boss one for about 90 bucks
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Noise Suppressor. It's a very common problem with any amp.

Get a Boss one for about 90 bucks

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#4
make sure you have good quality cables and then also check out the isp decimator, its a little more expensive then the boss but its awesome
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