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I just bought a new Ampeg 200 r Bass Amp and am having a lot of feedback and clicking noises when adjusting controls on my Bass. I am playing a Traben Chaos and have had no previos problems running it through a house PA and a Peavey Data Bass Amp. Is this a problem with the amp?

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As u said the device is new it is advisable to get it replaced because the other device which you have been connecting have no such problems.just get the amp replaced.

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THERE SHOULD BE NO NOISE WHE YOU ADJUST SOUND, THIS CAN BE CAUSED BY A FAULTY COMPONENT (EG. A CAP THAT HAS BLOWN)IN THE AMP FINAL.

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That is an indication that the AMP has some problem inside it since this is a new device better if you have it replace....

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