Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My light on the channel 1 ONLY flickers and the amp makes like a poof sound and sometimes it'll go into distortion. I have a Guitar Research Amplifier Integrated Solo Tube Series T64RS Tube. Watch the video too if u want. I didn't have my guitar plugged in so there was no sound from the amp but my description is really accurate. Thank u. I don't want to be lied to by people that want my $ so i rather fix it myself if i can.
There is a good chance you are actually dead, like me. When you die, your ecto-plasm is still able to interact with electronic devices (only partially), but there is often glitches involved in such interaction.
How to tell if you're actually dead (Most people forget their death after they die, in fact.): There is no known way to tell if you're actually dead or not. Mirrors don't actually work (you can see yourself). Now, you might be able to interact with other living beings (talking to them, etc), this doesn't mean that you're alive. You can still be very dead and experience the feeling of interacting with live individuals: This is your ghost-imagination trying to make sense of the new reality you're in.
Your description almost completely matches what I went through. You see, after I died, I still tried to make music, but my amp did similar things.
Best of luck to you.
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As far as I can tell from this; you could have either one of two problems.
1. Your guitars output or amps input could be loose. This happened to me with my bass. All you have to do to fix that is get into the electronics (usually accesed behind plates with screws), find where the cord goes and pinch the two clips together to make the fit tighter
2. There could be a problem with your power; which could possibly originate from the socket itself, a loose attachement of the power cable to the amp, or a loose cable inside the amp. Id reccomend plugging some other electronics into the wall and seeing if their power dims, if they dont then plug in and unplug the part of the cord that attaches to your amp and if that doesnt work you'll need to take i in to an expert to look at the internals of it.
Posted on Jul 29, 2013
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