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When I plug in my bass into my bass amp I can't hear it

This started two years ago and I haven't tried to fix it until now, but the problem is, when I plug in my bass I have to wiggle around the cable head to get anything out of the amp. There is only static and buzz coming out. I haven't heard this amp play one bass note for some time now. Any ideas? Any ways to install a new cable input?

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Your best bet would be to take it to a guitar shop, or guitar center. Its a real ***** to mess with stuff like that when you dont know what the hell your doing. Could also be your instrument cable, try using a different one just to make sure thats not the problem.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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