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I got a peavey rage 158 practice amplifier but it makes bad noise

Whenever i use the clean channel theres way to much feed back, i get awkward osselations and popping sounds. it also cuts out and makes really really wierd noses when ever the instrunment cable isnt sitting just right! itss pissing me off ... SOMEONE HEEEELP

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Hi,
From what you're saying, it sounds like it's a problem with the cable itself. It can be explained by insulation problems or otherwise. First thing I'd try is a new cable. If that doesn't fix the problem it's most likely either a problem with the guitar input of the amplifier's imput. If that's the case, either or may be loose and can be fixed by simply tightening both. If none of these solutions work, its most likely an electronics issue- although I wouldn't jump to that conclusion. Hope it helps

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