#1
I don't know what happened! I had found this crystal clean tone for my amp and have had it set the same for the past few months, and now all of a sudden, my amp is putting out all this muddy bassy sounds. I can't figure out why. I cut the bass completely and it still sounds very different. I'm running my amp on the clean channel with my Bad Monkey plugged in, but not switched on. Any Ideas?? Thanks
#6
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#7
oh noes, another casualty of the tone gobbler!
that happened to me too, but I then realized I had a loose connection in my input jack so...don't rule anything out.
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#8
Try cleaning the ends of the leads, and, unscrew the output on your guitar and clean that out as well.
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#9
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oh noes, another casualty of the tone gobbler!
that happened to me too, but I then realized I had a loose connection in my input jack so...don't rule anything out.

That could be a reason. My input jack became a bit lose this morning
#10
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That could be a reason. My input jack became a bit lose this morning

there is your problem
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