Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Im not an expert on amps but im guessing that the tubes in the amp are broken. I know its not the fuse because the lights will turn on but no sound will come out. This is an old amp and I saw the advice you gave the guy on the fender amo, so i thought maybe you could help.
1st off , check the connections from the head output jack to the speaker cab. If you can get hold of a meter , check the continuity on the cable (center wire to center wire , ground wire to ground wire) both should be about 0 ohms.
Do you have another speaker cab you can try>?
You might have a speaker fuse internal on the amp too OR a secondary fuse on one of the power supply lines
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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