#1
I decided to open up the back of my peavey valve king head to notice a lot of dust on the inside and even on the tubes.

what would be a good SAFE way to clean this without hurting anything. i know tube amps are very fragile.

do you think the dust might have been hurting my tone?
#3
Wipe it off with a dry cloth and use compressed air to get the corners. Tube amps aren't that fragile, just keep in mind the tubes are made of glass i.e. do not punch them.
Dust won't do anything to your tone.
#4
Quote by Roc8995
Wipe it off with a dry cloth and use compressed air to get the corners. Tube amps aren't that fragile, just keep in mind the tubes are made of glass i.e. do not punch them.
Dust won't do anything to your tone.


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#6
If it did then your tubes would crackle and cut out. If that's not happening you don't need to worry.
#7
Quote by darkarbiter7
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But yes. Dry cloth, and one of those Dust-Off comp. air bottles should do the trick.
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