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Peavey ecoustic 112 looses tone and some of the effect from time to time

My peavey ecoustic 112 seems to loose its great tonal setting from time to time.Cables are great,it kinda seems like you cut the effects off for a second to sometimes an hour.I dont have book handy but it does have a specila circuit that supposed to control feedback,sound quality and so on.It has a specific ame for the process but i forgot it.I play mostly through my superatural takamine with cooltube preamp.Its prettyawesome.The amp acts up with other sometimes too.Sometimes it will act fine for a month or so then while im playing it starts loosing it great sound.Usually i start adjusting to compensate but until it straightens up the sound isnt great at all.Kinda like if a tube was going bad.Does this amp have tubes and solid state.Its the 112 efx model.Please help.I play at church reguraly and need my great sound to help cover my singin.Ha.Thanks Praisehim316

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Please replace Back-Up Battery in unit, if any.
or give model and brand of suspected unit.

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